Reusing the general design of the steering and suspension systems on the Rover helped streamline things. Because of the narrowly spaced framerails and large oil cooler on the Cummins R2.8 Turbo Diesel, we called up our buddy Matt Hodges at West Texas Offroad. We knew the best route was to use a forward sweep steering box that would mount outside the driver-side framerail. That means we’d have to use a box from a Scout, some Ford 4x4s, or a right-hand-drive Land Rover or Jeep. Hodges suggested and then supplied us with a right-hand-drive Jeep JK Wrangler box already tapped for one of West Texas Offroad’s Redneck Ram hydraulic-assist rams. These boxes are rare but still available since Jeep sold RHD JKs to rural postal carriers around the U.S. To mount the box, we redrilled and sleeved the Rover’s framerail right where the factory steering box would have mounted inside the framerail.