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12-17-2006 03:27 PM
JeeperDon
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Originally Posted by daddyjeep View Post
JeeperDon, I have always thought that would be a good swap. Of course I'm a chevy guy from way back. Did it bolt up to your tranny or did you need an adapter?
The AX-5 is not tough enough, so I went with an AX-15 (from a junk yard, $75). Then the t-case input is wrong for an AX-15, so you have to swap the t-case input shafts, or just get the junk yard t-case too. That makes the swap look like you have a 6-cyl, so Advance Adapters has everything you need from there. The nice thing about a 4.3 swap rather than a 350 is it is shorter and lighter, yet has the exact same back end as a 350, so adapters are easy.
12-17-2006 12:27 AM
daddyjeep JeeperDon, I have always thought that would be a good swap. Of course I'm a chevy guy from way back. Did it bolt up to your tranny or did you need an adapter?
12-16-2006 05:33 PM
JeeperDon Personally, I wouldn't waste my time on a tired 2.5. I swapped in a 4.3L '02 Blazer motor 2 yrs ago when my 2.5 got old. It was the best Jeep upgrade done by far.
12-16-2006 03:24 PM
captflyte Thanks. I have started to take the accessories off of my engine and am going to use a good short block for the rebuild. I think you are right about the problems with trying to adapt the carb setup to the throttle body injection.
12-15-2006 04:23 PM
JeeperDon I wouldn't go with an older engine out of anything into anything, rebuilt or not, unless it was just a short block, or a long block only a year or so back.
12-13-2006 04:06 PM
whitebuffalo 84 will be carb'ed for sure
12-13-2006 12:15 PM
daddyjeep I am not sure, but I think they were injecting the 2.5 a lot sooner than they even offered the 4.0.
12-12-2006 11:12 PM
AzTJ isn't the '84 carb and the '90's tbi??? if so I think your gonna run into a number of problems before anything gets done.
12-12-2006 10:53 PM
captflyte
2.5 liter compatibility

I found a rebuilt 1984 2.5 liter engine out of a cherokee for cheap. Is it the same ( within reason ) as a 1990 2.5 liter? I just wonder if I could make it work without too much trouble.

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