Bruiser Conversions turned a normal Jeep Wrangler into the 6-wheeled beast that you see above, complete with lengthened body to accommodate the extra axle, an open rear bed, increased ground clearance, a special suspension, front winch, and special alloy wheels wrapped in Mickey Thompson off-road tires. It’s powered by a GM-sourced LS3 V8 engine that produces 480 horsepower, mated to an Atlas 3.0 transfer case. Continue reaidng for another video, more pictures and information.
“Other features that are worth mentioning include the matte green finish that covers the exterior, new side mirrors with LED turn signals, steel bumpers and an optional light bar mounted on the A pillars. Bruiser Conversions can modify any JL, JK, and TJ Wrangler to various specs, not just the 6×6, and apart from the LS3, it can also shoehorn either a Hemi V8 or a Cummins Turbo diesel in the engine bay,” reports Car Scoops.