Making contact with terra firma are a set of four massive 44-inch Pitbull Rocker Radial tires, wrapped around huge 20-inch beadlock wheels. Medium sized boulders, you’ve met your match.
Riding high above the ground, the Wrangler comes dressed with plenty of trail gear, including custom tube doors, GenRight bumpers, Rigid Industries LED lights, a Warn winch, custom hard and soft tops, and even a Mopar hood. But it’s what lies under that bonnet that makes this rig a real trail star.
Bruiser outfitted the Wrangler with a 3.9-liter Cummins turbodiesel engine, which summons a colossal 485 lb.-ft. of torque in its current tune. That diesel grunt is then shuffled to all four wheels through a heavy duty Allison 1000 automatic transmission and Atlas transfer case. No Corvette LS engines or Mopar Hemi V8s to be seen here, but the firm does install those as well.
Like it? The firm says its diesel engine conversions are strictly for off-road use, so you wouldn’t be able to take this behemoth out for a night on the town. Then again, I’m not sure streets are wide enough anyway.