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And here's the heaviest foot in the bunch. Carl Yarbrough just keeps us rolling with laughter year after year. Trail Tour just wouldn't be the same without him. For 2010 he brought his own Jeep; a custom-to-the-hilt TJ built just for Trail Tour, in his fabrication and machine shop, Old Town Customs. This low-riding, unique-looking TJ features a fully-tubed OTC chassis with an integrated cage. OTC triangulated four links with ORI Struts suspend a spooled Dana 60 front axle with 4.88s, Moser axles, and F-350 hubs/brakes, and a rear 10.25 Sterling axle equipped with a spool. The mud is flying from 37-inch Interco SSRs, spun by a TBI Chevy 350, 700R4, and a NP231 T-case. Once again, sturdy Tom Wood's driveshafts pass the power down the line.

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