After scouring the internet for wheels and tires and many other things for rovers. I have decided that the easiest thing to do is a total conversion. I figure dual Dana 60's (I have a pair from a Ford one ton). I can cut the necessarily brackets off the rover axles and weld them to the Dana assemblies. I realize that I now have a center instead of a driver offset rear diff. I was going to remedy this problem with a vortec 5300, 4l60 and an NP241 Drivers side drop t-case. The engine transmission and t case run about $1500 with ecu and wiring harness from a salvaged 99-2002 chevy truck with less than 100k. I wanted this setup because I know the vortec 5300, 4l60,241 are reliable affordable assemblies that almost any shop can work on. I have spoke to current performance and they can reprogram the the ecu to accept only the necessary hardware i will be using and also calibrate the shift points on the 4l60. I figure the engine tranny and t case will be no problem to mount in the rover, the axle assemblies will be easy too. Once the fuel tank is dropped and a fuel cell is fitted I can run a custom drive shaft back to the real axle and a custom one to the front. I have talked to dakota digital about signal converters and it looks like I will be able to keep my rover instrument panel. Additionally, I will also be able to keep a GM OBD 2 port to read engine fault codes. I have estimated this project will cost around 5 or 6k since I already have the axle assemblies. I was wondering if I had left anything out on this conversion?