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Mopar Underground Powerwagon

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There’s no debating that the Powerwagon has a muscular stance befitting its name. That look is enhanced by an exterior paint scheme that is a nod to that found on the Power Wagon in the ’70s. All of the colors are custom, the main color is white, and it has black highlights and a green accent. The truck rolls on 40-inch-tall BFG Mud-Terrain tires that are 14½ inches wide. They’re inflated around the factory 17x8 forged aluminum Power Wagon wheels that have been powdercoated black (the rig is shod with 17x8.5 Hutchinson Rock Monster beadlock wheels on the cover of this month’s issue). All of the fenders were radiused to create ample room for the big tires to travel without contacting sheetmetal. The truck has a generous 25¼ inches of front bumper-to-ground clearance and an impressive approach angle of 45 degrees. Out back, it has 32 ½ inches of rear tow hook-to-ground clearance and a notable departure angle of 39 degrees. The lowest point under body, other than the axles, is the exhaust xover pipe at 19 3/4 inches.