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Old 12-30-2012, 09:14 PM   #1
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Removing 4.0, with manifolds or without?

My 4.0 in our 2000 TJ finally blew, and I'm replacing it with a new crate engine. Worked on a lot of muscle cars, but never yanked a 4.0. Should I pull it with the manifolds and just drop the head pipe? Should I just pull the intake and leave the exhaust hooked to the head pipe, or just pull them both and get them out of the way? I;m at that point, everything else is disconnected or removed.

Thanks, I'm sure I'll have a few more questions as I go, any tips welcome

Todd

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Old 01-01-2013, 06:48 PM   #2
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Wow, as active as this board seems, I'm pretty surprised I never got a reply on this, seemed like a pretty easy question, I guess no one here ever pulled a 4.0?

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Wow, as active as this board seems, I'm pretty surprised I never got a reply on this, seemed like a pretty easy question, I guess no one here ever pulled a 4.0?
I took the intake off and left the exhaust manifold and pipe on all the way back to the 3bolt flange
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Thank You!
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