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Alex Sanders 2008 Homebuilt Buggy

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Does this TJ look long to you? Well it is, because the wheelbase has been stretched to 101 inches. The rear frame has been notched, plated, boxed, and tied into the rollcage. Fox modified an off-the-shelf front bumper and made the rear bumper as well as the rocker protection. The front bumper holds a Warn M12000 winch with Master Pull 3⁄8-inch Superline. The rear flares are modified Poison Spyder DeFender units and the front fenders are stock Poison Spyder DeFender units. The body sits on a 1-inch lift and the louvered hood is mainly for aesthetics though it does help to provide lower underhood temperatures. TrailReady HD Series beadlock wheels are surrounded by 40-inch Goodyear Wrangler MT/R with Kevlar tires. The rig’s Emerald Green paint was applied by Long’s Auto Body in Bremerton, Washington, and any visible striping was done by “Washington’s finest pine and fir trees.”

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