I reposted it from another Jeep forum.
I sarcastically mentioned how they didn't install extended swaybar links and the swaybar was close to the axle.
After reading some replies there.... some people don't understand leaf spring suspensions.
I was thinking the same thing. Couldn't find it by a Google image search.
Someone might have done it as a joke, but way too much effort and wasted time.
Also, if just a poser shot, why is the sway bar link bent?
Come on guys. It's very simple when you think about it. When he installed the spacers on top of the spring pack, the tires were up into the fenders and he couldn't move the Jeep. By placing them UNDER the spring pack he was able to move the vehicle as long as he didnt turn the steering wheel and the added bonus was he picked up 4" of lift when he made the swap.
Reminds me of the time one of our D/E's at the FD submerged the air intake that was behind the bumper.
I guess between the loss of air and the extra strength of the diesel internal parts the damage wasn't as severe.