Between being made fun of for having other people work on his Jeep throughout the week, and just being made fun of in general, Sean Holman found time to row the shifter of one of only two JKs on the trip with a manual transmission. The '07 Unlimited Rubicon has gone through several iterations but still retains the 3.8L V-6, six-speed tranny, and Rock-Trac transfer case. The bent front axle was replaced with a Dynatrac ProRock 44 housing and filled with the factory electric locker, 5.13 G2 gears, Superior Discovery Series shafts, and Reid Racing heavy-duty knuckles. The stock rear axle houses like gears and a 35-spline Superior shaft conversion with an ARB Air Locker. The Jeep rides on a Rubicon Express long-arm lift kit that clears 37x12.50R17 Falken WildPeak A/T tires mounted on 17x8.5 Walker Evans simulated beadlocks.