Maneuvering around the trees required the help of a good spotter for the right side of the rig. Dick and Susan Moss work together to keep their clean '01 TJ just that: clean. Dick and Susan have been on several Trail Tours and seem to split their driving 50/50. From a glance their Jeep looks almost stock except for the 37-inch BFG KM2s and Walker Evans beadlocks. Lurking beneath the rig's subtle exterior are a host of mods like an Atlas 3.8, a Currie 9-inch front axle, and a Currie RockJock rear, both with Detroits. The axles are hung from a Rubicon Express 4.5-inch long-arm suspension with Bilstein shocks. The 4.0L six has been warmed up with a Borla header, K&N filter, Hypertech programmer, and a Mean Green H.O. alternator. The steering is enhanced with a PSC pump and ram-assist. Bumpers are Hansen and Rockhard, winch is Warn, and the list goes on and on.