Definitely sleep better at night at home, relaxed at work, where we regularly have 2-3 vehicles stolen from the parking lot each year, and easily less worried when naked and have to walk away from it for any reason, when otherwise out and about.
I also had a RAVELCO installed... once upon a time the RAVELCO was a DIY installation, at a lower cost, but you had to have a good schematic of your vehicle. Now, there are preferred installers throughout and you can contact them to do the install.
Until someone comes out with a Jeep Wrangler 392 specific kit you would have to design or crossfit your own...
Ebay oil catch can bracket
DMS bracket kit
Mishimoto oil catch can stuffz
and it looks like the only open area is near here:
Mine was installed yesterday - while I did have some choice of where I wanted it installed the piece of the system which you would want to choose your position has an armored conduit which will limit where it can actually go.
That said, you can go view previous installation pics on their...
I like(?) the looks of both - vehicle color and lift probably also plays into consideration...
I knew from the beginning the backspacing and offset was different between the two sets of wheels.
Fitment between the two sets of wheels? Well, perspective plays a big part in how they look.
They are false beadlocks with the deliviered rings - you must order the full beadlock rings to make those OEM "beadlock capable" wheels into true beadlocks. The true beadlocked version will have 24 bolts holding it on, not 12.