Is This Jeep Wrangler JL V8-Powered Truck by Bruiser Conversions Too Much or Simply Awesome? (SEMA)

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Jeep Wrangler JL crew cab concept truck (photo by: Bruiser Conversions)

What do you do while waiting for the Jeep Wrangler JT pickup truck from the factory that is supposed reach the market in May 2019 or later? How about this monstrous crew cab that is build on the Wrangler JL platform by Bruiser Conversions. All images you see here are by Bruiser Conversions. They are bringing this Corvette V8 LS3-powered creation to 2018 SEMA show this week.

Bruiser Conversions have been building Wrangler JK trucks and converting other Jeeps for some time now. This SEMA JL-based show truck is packing a Corvette LS3 V8 under the hood. It’s available for any JL in 450 or 500 horsepower versions.

It’s riding on beefy Dana-60 axles and suspension components by BDS Suspensions and JKS. The JL chassis has been stretched to accommodate a customized bed and plenty of room for passengers in the cabin.

Those tires are 42-inch BFG KR2s, and the truck is packed with many other accessories including front and rear Warn winches, exterior cameras, extra lights, and more.

What do you think: is this truck too much or is it simply an awesome must have? Let us know in the comments section below.

Here is another concept Jeep truck, but in this case it was created by Jeep themselves for the 2018 Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah.