In my opinion I'd never spend money on a unibody, I don't want what Im riding in to be the frame, I want my frame seperate, its stronger and more durable with a full frame and more capabilities
Man you have alot to learn on vehicle construction.Today's unibody vehicles are are somewhere around 300%+ stiffer then todays body on frame vehicles,and probally 3-4 times that compared to older body on frame vehicles.Don't let the massive damage fool you when a unibody vehicle get's hit,it's supposed to crumble to absorb and deflect the energy from the hit around the passenger compartment.A body on frame design will not and can not do that.Basically your chances of living from a good hit from a full size van is better in a Ford Fusion then a '80's Caddy.
Starting very soon,like next year, most of your HD vans(compareable to Fords E250/E350) will now be unibody.Stronger,safer,and can haul more then the bodu on frame variants.
'02 Liberty sitting on 35" tires,HP44,RockJock60,and AtlasII t-case
Dam it you guys took all the wind out of my sail. I wheel the piss out of my wj and still have all the bells and whistles. all while haveing AC and leather seats and get this 2800 dollars a trim here a weld ther she's all done and in style to boot
2000 Wj in the works taking donations daily!!