On each side of the WFO skidplate, you can see the square tube angled and run down each framerail after the factory boxing (of the frame) stopped. This gives a foundation to build a subframe off of, which would hold the 2-inch (0.250 wall) suspension links that control the front Dana 60 axle. The axle is packed with 7.17 gears around an ARB locker spinning 35-spline axleshafts. Rotational power comes down the drivetrain from Tom Wood’s driveshafts that supply power from an Offroad Design NP203/NP205 double transfer case package. In front of the doubler setup is an NV4500 five-speed transmission that was swapped in place of the weaker stock NV3550.