The cargo area has plenty of room for gear, even with the full rollcage. Speaking of the rollcage, it's made from 2-inch-diameter, 0.095-inch-wall tubing. Hilton made the 'cage to his specs. "I was tired of hitting my head on stock cages, so I built mine a bit higher to fit me. The 'cage is connected to the frame in six places, but it is bolted through the tub to the frame so it can be removed from the tub with no cutting," Hilton says. When we photographed the rig, the cargo area was mostly empty with the exception of the 2 1/2-gallon Peterbilt auxiliary air tank.