Everybody loves carnage. Except for the carnage-ee. After one steep climb, we thought we'd popped a U-joint somewhere but it just turned out to be the front driveshaft slip-yoke grease seal was torn and the metal clamp was smacking against the transmission. The only other "damage" was that the license plate holder fell off and was hanging from the wire. Apparently the stock sheet metal screws are inadequate for extended washboard roads. We used some 1/4-20 hardware to re-attach the license plate holder and never had another problem. Other Mopar parts seen here are the steel corner guards by AEV, the rear Mopar bumper, and the black tail light guards.