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Swartz analyzed every inch of bodywork and eliminated that which wasn't needed. The cargo bed was pitched, the front clip was narrowed by 26 inches, and the frame was shortened by 6 inches at both the front and rear. A frame-mounted cage keeps the occupants safe and a front-mounted Warn 9.5ti winch resides in a custom mount. Swartz did all of the paint and body work at his shop, Randy's Off-Road. A 3-inch body lift helps make room for the 49-inch IROKs on 17x14 Weld Mountain Crusher wheels.

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