I've tried to keep the overall appearance of that rig something close to stock. But the only pieces it left Toledo with are the grill, windshield frame, frame, and bare rear axle housing. I lucked out on the gauge panel and glove box door as about the time I had whittled them out, there was a class at MT State U that needed anodizing projects and they anodized them. The trail performance of the 3B is a bit ahead of the 2012 Rubicon on 35's even though the Rubicon has a much better crawl ratio. Something about a 3.6L that is pretty much worthless below 1500-2000 rpm. I will say that the JK is much more pleasant to drive any extended distance down the highway, especially when it's hot weather. Those SW gauges, with the exception of the speedometer, have resided there since the mid 70's without a single failure. I swapped out the original installed speedometer I had from another project (0-120 mph) for more usable 0-85 version sometime in the 80's.