In the tail of the tube chassis sits a 12-gallon fuel cell in a fabricated belly pan. Tires of choice are 35-inch Goodyear MTRs on 8.5-inch wide lightweight, vintage Enkei forged aluminum wheels. The tire size is large enough to provide good ground clearance in rocks and ruts, but keeps the assembly light enough so the buggy suspension soaks up whoops well. Some 2.0 King air bumps are used here as well to keep the rear axle and chassis from banging metal on metal. The rear 12-bolt axle is trussed top and bottom, runs a Gov-Lock and uses disc brakes, making for discs on all four corners. As with the front, the rear lower links are truss designs to prevent them from bending under load. Driveshafts were custom built at RPM.