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Old 05-13-2013, 08:15 PM   #1
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YJ Frame swap advice

Need to know how hard it is to take out the Drive train of a 95 YJ 5 speed I6.

What do I need to know? Any tricks?
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Old 05-14-2013, 05:50 AM   #2
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The subject says Frame swap - so I'm assuming that's what you're asking for...? Does that mean EVERYTHING in the drivetrain - or just the powerplant and transmission since that's all you mentioned...?

It's not hard at all. You'll want to get yourself a Haynes manual though - they'll tell you EXACTLY what to do to get all of that removed... I won't say anything about the actual removal as I don't want to miss anything or give any wrong information from memory...

It's no harder than any other vehicle, really. Actually, in some respects it's easier because you can take off your grille and radiator and have all that room to pull forward rather than just straight up and having to "be careful" easing otut of the engine bay... Want even more room? The fenders are SUPER easy to unbolt as well...
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