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05-02-2013 06:45 PM
Chas ddpm I just love the jeep look. Not planning to off road. Want to cruise with a little more power while traveling.
04-30-2013 11:59 PM
CaptFish easiest...4.0...v8 requires a lot of mods....what r u trying to build? axles? tire size?
there's more to it that just dropping a v8 in it. there is a jeep in my crew with a stock 4.0 that can do anything the v8 jeeps can do and more.
in this video the red jeep is a v8 and the black jeep in a stock 4.0. both have 2.5 ton rockwell axles and 52" tires and pto wenches

137 ave miami off roading 02-24-13 - YouTube

more of the stock 4.0 jeep on 53" tires And 2.5 Ton Rockwells
miami off roading 8th street mudding 02-05-2011 - YouTube
04-30-2013 07:03 PM
Chas ddpm
engine swap

I have 1991 jeep, 4 cyl. What is the easiest engine swap. What size v8 Chevy small block will fit my existing trans?

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