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11-13-2011 10:18 PM
solman Im going to say no because when I did my manual to auto swap, all I had to do was remove the pilot bearing. Everything else bolted right up.
11-13-2011 09:22 PM
LanceTBurgess
Pilot Bearing/Bushing Question

I'm putting a motor that was in front of an automatic into my manual jeep ('00 TJ 4.0). I sent the core back and forgot about the pilot bearing. Since I decided to put a new clutch in while it's apart, I'll get a new one. Is there any other difference in crankshafts paired with automatics vs. ones paired with manuals?

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