Speaking of the Duramax, the engine received the basic performance additions, including a True Flow intake and a 5-inch MagnaFlow exhaust. The extra power helps with the added mass of the 40-inch wheels, but what really leveled the field were matching sets of 4.56:1 gears for both axles. Now the truck is ready to tow whatever Chance hitches it to.

As if the giant Sierra wasn't enough of a head-turner, Chance shows his stretched Rhino alongside it. The wheelbase of the Yamaha 700 Rhino was stretched 20 inches to accommodate an additional row of seats and the roll cage was lengthened accordingly. A Fabtech 6-inch long-travel kit was installed that widened the track, and a set of Mattracks LiteFoot rubber tracks were bolted on to increase both the footprint of the Rhino, as well as its visual appeal. Three rows of Mastercraft seats and a billet steering wheel treat the passengers to comfort and good looks respectively, and make for a great show cruiser.

Chance sought to broaden the reach of his business through these two vehicles and we've got to say that it was a job well done. By combining the best of the aftermarket with custom fabrication and finish work, these two 4x4s gather a crowd wherever they're shown. We'll be sure to keep our eyes out for All Out Off-Road's next project when we're in Texas again; it shouldn't be too hard to spot it.