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Brandon Watson shows the tire-wrinkling traction that results from a properly executed "Moab Bump" on the famous Dump Bump. This 115-inch tube frame runs a TBI350/TH350 with a flat ORD Doubler, Ford D60 front, GM 14-bolt rear, and cut 42-inch Swamper TSLs. Suspension is link/coil with 14x2.5 and 16x2.5 King Coilovers holding it up. While running a drivetrain that could be found in a full-body GM, the start-from-scratch construction allowed a lower CG, smaller dimensions, and lighter weight than a factory frame would allow.