This will be my last name pressing I swear! Got this Overland pressing from the US from a 1913 Willys Overland Tourer. Supposed have been part of the running board but can't find any pictures showing it? It is made from 2mm/14g steel the same as the bed will be made from, so thinking the best spot might be the front header panel. Can't think of anywhere else as the tailgate already has a WO pressing in it stock.
After a few years of searching I came across a local rear drive shaft from a 6.1 SRT version of the donor Grand Cherokee. They run a different transmission and transfercase and run a longer drive shaft as a result. Works out that I can use it to take up the difference in the wheelbase in mine.
It is in excellent condition and had only done 72,000km/44,000 miles so has plenty of life in it. I spent an hour or so prepping the cast steel ends for paint. Should be able to sell my shaft off to offset the cost as has only 36,000km/22,000 miles on it. These will be in demand as you cannot change the unis on them as staked in place.
Bolted it in a fitted perfectly. Was actually nearly an inch longer than I needed but there was plenty of compression in the slip yoke to take up the extra and then plenty still left for suspension movement. The driveshaft is alloy and nearly 4" in diameter.