As it was in 2005, Duffy’s rig has a custom rear tube frame made from 1.75-inch-diameter tubing. This chunk of frame gives the machine a current 109-inch wheelbase, an improved departure angle, and a narrower tail-end. This rig was designed around the engine, so the grille was moved 2 inches forward to make room for the radiator and cooling fans. The hood was lengthened to compensate and louvers were added to assist in decreasing underhood temperatures. The front fenders are custom, the windshield and cowl are stock, the half-doors are from a YJ, and the rear fenders are made from 16-gauge steel. Duffy also modified the rockers to create a 45-degree angle. Heck he even moved the body mounts up 1-inch to eliminate snag points. Up front is a Warn 9.5xp winch and the Jeep rolls on 44-inch Interco Super Swamper TSL tires mounted on 15x10 Champion beadlocks.