Up front, there's a Duncan's 4x4-fabbed front axle that has a high-pinion Ford Dana 60 centersection with 5.13:1 Randy's Ring & Pinion gears and a permanently locked Detroit Electrac differential. Chevy axletubes house a pair of tough Yukon Gear & Axle alloy axleshafts fitted with durable OX-USA axlejoints. Reinforced Ford knuckles mount Ford brakes with dual-piston calipers to rein in the forward velocity of the Jeep. This hybrid axle has a high-mount steering setup and a hydraulic-assist steering system that includes a PSC steering box and an AGR Rock Ram cylinder. The tie rod and drag link are both made from 11/4-inch-diameter, 0.250-inch-wall DOM material. Duncan's 4x4 also designed and built the custom suspension that generates 14 inches of travel and consists of a three-link setup with Fox 2.5 air shocks on custom mounts. The lower links are made from 2-inch-diameter, 0.380-inch-wall DOM tubing, while the upper link and track bar are made from 2-inch-diameter, 0.250-inch-wall DOM tubing.