there was a write-up in petersons 4wd mag this month. they shortened the dodge 1 ton frame. moved the engine to the rear a bit. cut the body tub to death to fit it. i think they also had to modify the downpipe. oh and they retained the whole 1 ton suspension front and rear. the only swap they really did was swap the jk body onto the shortened frame. kind neat i guess, but man what a ton of work.
Isn't the engine in that Jeep a newer Cummins and not a 6BT? Aren't the Cummins in the Dodges called something like ISB now? Or is that engine in the Jeep a 24 valve vs the 12 valve? It just doesn't look like B series' individual rocker covers to me, but I'm no Cummins expert by any stretch.
Oh, I guess I should have read some more on it. I just can't figure why someone with that many resources would do something pointless like that. Instead I had hoped that they had built one of my many dream rigs, 07 JK, 4door, rubicon, 3.9 ISB, medium lift, 36s........... Great fuel economy and comfort to haul my girls back and forth to school, to the grocery store, down the rubicon etc.