Since I'm new here, I figured it'd be good for me to present my rig. It's a brand new build, with used parts where I could make them work. Specs are : Chassis : Bent Fab Evo3R Engine : stock 5.3 Vortec with wet NOS plate (about 600 internet hp) Trans : PTC TH400, RMVB, 2000rpm converter, Ultrabell Transfer : 3:1 Atlas2 Front axle : 14 bolt, housing built to my specs by Jake Burkey of BKOR, Mark Williams 40sp spool, 4340 40sp shafts and RCV Big Bells, 13 bolt shave, 05+ F250/350 outers with BJE. Rear axle : 14 bolt, shaved, Detroit locker and 300M 35sp Black Mamba shafts. Will be swapped for a steering axle in the near future Driveshafts : 1410 all the way Tires/wheels : Raceline, 43 SXs Suspension : 2.0 Coilcarriers + 2.5 Triple Bypass Radflo on Riot Trailing Arms + PAC Racing SwayBar Steering : PSC with XR ram Misc : Heated seats, Hydroboost, Griffin FRONT Rad, GoatBuilt Fuel cell with stock Silverado pump, Winters shifter, Moroso Accusump, Holley ECU, Front AND rear 8274 winches etc… Tim from Bent Fabrications started on the roller September 2018 and I picked it up from him right before Christmas that year. Him and I and my best friend Donny thrash built the front 14 bolt in a day and a half right before I picked it up. I finished the buggy in my single car garage during 2019 and it's about ready for a test drive. I'm originally a lightweight crawler guy, samurai enthusiast and even had a campbell moon buggy for a little while. After riding around on the east coast, I decided I wanted more of a bigger trail riding rig. I'm a firm believer that suspension/tires are more important than engine output so I built the buggy accordingly. Fav place to wheel on the east coast : Harlan & AOP (for very different reasons). I learned a lot during this build and can't wait to shake it down at RBD. That's provided that I don't encounter any last minute issues with it, in the next 2 weeks. Some pics during the build : Finally, at ride height when I measured the weights to order springs, which is pretty much how it sits as of today. I enjoy TIG welding, wiring and the challenge of turning something that's in my head into a tangible object. Little pic of definitely not my worst weld : I ended up putting all the electronics into a waterproof amo can. The front 1/4 turn plug hosts all the chassis wiring. The engine wiring goes through the back hole but another quick disconnect plug will be added in the future. Also I'm pretty sure I was one of the first people to try to fit some Big Bells in a 05+ SD axle. I've become very familiar with these and was able to work with RCV and Nick Barna of BallJointEliminators (both great companies) to make this happen. I'm a unit bearing / CV shafts / hydroboost guy for life haha Hope the buggy doesn't break in half its first time out and I'll be happy with it.