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03-30-2011 04:34 PM
fdxgy
Newbie...w/questions - Motor help

Hi all,

I've got a '94 YJ I bought new in college and love as much as the day I brought it home. Four years ago I stroked the motor and swapped the ax-15 with a rebuilt nv3550. The motor has performed beautifully but the tranny...not so much. I recently got my hands on a clean low mile NGS370 which I bought without really knowing much more than it will bolt to the 4.0 (now 4.6) motor. Would really appreciate hearing from anyone who has done this swap or knows of someone who has. I called Advanced Adapters but they didn't have much input so I figured I would look in the forums. Thanks in advance.

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