One typically expensive part in a build such as this can be the rear axle. Cash in five-figure amounts can disappear from you wallet if you want to source a serious race-built assembly complete with trussing, aftermarket shafts and all the other internals. Scott found an alternative that could still provide a beefy axle without breaking the bank. Scott took a salvage Chevy 14-bolt full-floater axle, and rebuilt and modified it for his needs. Down below, a skidplate attaches underneath and to a ring bolted to the pinion snout.