There's unfortunately always been an alarming ratio of guys to girls in the off-road arena. So we always crack our necks when we catch a glimpse of longer hair blowing in the open driver's window of some lifted truck. And if that truck is getting whomped on, it's like adding sugar on top of bacon. We caught up (barely) with Wendi Brod in her 2004 Chevy while she was out playing around in Gorman, California. Wendi and her friend, Emil, built most of the truck themselves and made a nice daily driver for work and play. When the tires started coming off the ground, we grabbed cameras and started shooting. SpecsVehicle:2004 Chevy 2WD 1500 extended cabOwner:Wendi BrodChassis:Stock Chevy 1500Engine:6.0L V8, Hypertech programmerDrivetrain:Stock auto tranny, transfer case, and 8.6 AAM axle in the rearSuspension:Fabtech 7-inch suspension, Bilstein shocksSteering:StockBrakes:StockTires/wheels:35x12.50R17 Pro Comp Xterrains on 17x8 Crager wheelsInterior:Train horn pull handle installed in consoleOther Parts:Baja Motorsports front prerunner bumper and custom rear tire gateFavorite Off-Road Area:Gorman, California The front bumper was quickly ditched and Baja Motorsports built a custom prerunner unit that matched the Hannemann front fiberglass that Wendi painted and installed at Andre's Auto Body.The front Fabtech suspension gives seven inches of lift, and Wendi replaced the shocks with Bilstein 5100s for a better ride.The front bumper was quickly ditched and Baja Motorsports built a custom prerunner unit th Baja Motorsports also built a rear swing-out gate that holds a fullsize spare. Yep, she has a train horn in her truck. Wendi went all out too, and had a polished pull handle built into the middle console.Yep, she has a train horn in her truck. Wendi went all out too, and had a polished pull ha Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!