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The core of McClanahan's rig is an Xtreme Engineering Comp Wrath chassis. This chassis is constructed primarily from 11/2-inch-diameter, 0.120-wall tubing with thicker material at critical areas. It includes an integrated full rollcage, rocker protection, and brushguard. The front clip is an actual steel Bronco clip that was narrowed and fitted to the chassis. The hood is a customized Wild Horses unit. The sides and quarter panels are aluminum lowers and aftermarket upper quarter panels welded together to make one seamless piece that spans the entire length of the vehicle. Tucked up behind the grille is a Warn HS9500i winch with synthetic rope. The rig rolls on 39-inch BFG Krawler Red Label rubber that is mounted on 17x9 Walker Evans Racing beadlock aluminum eight-lug wheels that have a 41/4-inch offset. McClanahan's daughter chose the colors for the rig, and they consist of PPG silver and blue.

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