I sold my modern truck to pay for my wheels and tires, so if my Jeep is in the shop, this is my means to work. Gets 9 mpg and after a flush and a new water pump, sill runs 220-230°F. On the bright side, a 7' x 8' flatbed is extremely useful, and the wheels/tires/brakes are much better than they would have been new in 1977.
We’ll be swapping the 18 GC SRT for the 392 Wrangler. The other rides are a 18 Z06 and 21 Silverado Duramax. Since I’m not new to the 392 game make sure you change your T-Case fluid when the book says. Also make sure you rotate your tires often those have been known to contribute to premature t-case failing.