In Moab's twisty chutes, ladders and off-camber ledges, a supple suspension can make or break a rig's trailability. Rogers started with a spring-over conversion, adding a pair of flexy 2.5-inch Rancho leafs up front. A single Rancho 9000 adjustable shock provides ample damping over a wide range of conditions. Crumpled fenders are one of the most common afflictions we see on the trail. Exo-cages are one option but add a considerable amount of weight. To protect the soft body parts, Rogers integrated round tubing from the front bumper to a pair of rock sliders.