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Underneath you can hardly see how Hank's Welding added 20 inches to the frame and body. Of course the new paint is yet to be sprayed, but important stuff like a rear anti-wrap bar runs alongside the offset rear driveline, and strong rock sliders built by Scott's mate Chris Bishop run up into the front tube fenders to protect the eventual coats of classic Toyota mustard yellow. Within the cab the original Toyota seats were retained, but the updated shifters control a GM NV4500 five-speed manual transmission and an Advance Adapters Orion transfer case with 4:1 low range. Other amenities include a column-mounted tach, switches for the Hella auxiliary lights, and a lockable center console from Tuffy Products.

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