The Stefani family, Greg, Jeanine, and Bella drove their '84 CJ-7 to the trail from Point Arena, California, only to have the steering shaft fall off the box a couple feet into the trail. In addition to the Jeep's impeccable sense of timing on when to break down, it's also sporting a TH700R4 swapped behind the 258. A modern 4.0L head and a Mopar Performance fuel injection system keep her chugging, while a 4.0:1 Low Range bolsters the Dana 300. A Ford 9-inch rear with a True Hi-9 centersection, Dutchman shafts, and an ARB spin with 4.88s, while the stock Dana 30 front benefits from Alloy shafts and an ARB. A set of sagged 2.5-inch Rancho springs keep the 33x12.50-15 Swampers out of the fenders.