The rear Chevy 14-bolt also came from the old built Toyota, is geared down to 5.38:1, and maintains traction with an Eaton Detroit Locker. The upper arms of Erik’s four-link are 1.25-inch-diameter, 0.250-wall tubing, while the lower Ultimate Rock Crawling Trailing Arms are from RuffStuff Specialties. King coilovers give the rear 16 inches of travel while the 4-inch King bumpstops prevent harsh bottom-outs. A Trail-Gear limiting strap keeps the axle movement in check, and Erik kept the tailpipes tucked beneath the truck to keep them clear of obstacles. Both axles have custom trusses made by Erik and his colleagues.