The mounts on the engine itself look almost like FSJ (wagoneer) mounts. That might change the position of the motor (I know it makes it sit high).
If I remember correctly, the transmission is offset to the drivers side just a bit due to the transfer case. Use a level on the inside of the frame in the back, and measure over to the rear axle yolk to see if the yolk is centered or offset an inch or so. Make sure the output of the transfer case is on the same plain so you don't have a compound angle with the drive shaft.
Beat it to fit, paint it to match!
Wheel, Wrench, Repeat.