|06-24-2013 09:55 PM|
Buy a used donoer jeep with a good motor.
Part out everything possible.
Sell the rest to the scrapyard.
If the donor is around 1200 you can easily break even, especially if the tires are any good.
|06-22-2013 10:22 PM|
|06-22-2013 10:12 PM|
I was curious and checked a engine builder out of Dallas that I would use for a long block. The AMC 2.5 is $845. I bet someone in your area would be close.
|06-22-2013 10:01 PM|
|MightBeDJ||thats rough. whats wrong with your engine?|
|06-22-2013 09:56 PM|
|Jrgarcia715||Ya the minimum wage where my college is at us 725 an hour so I'm not making anything I'm barely getting by and since I got up to college 3 months ago my jeep has given me nothing but problems|
|06-22-2013 09:53 PM|
|06-22-2013 09:43 PM|
|06-22-2013 09:27 PM|
it might be easier to sell yours and just buy a stock 4.0 and put in another lift
and other bolt ons that you had on your 2.5
|06-22-2013 08:50 PM|
|06-22-2013 07:29 PM|
|173ABN VN||I paid $1500 for a 2.5 longblock rebuilt. Bumper to Bumper...russ|
|06-22-2013 07:05 PM|
|c5wagner||Try to find a 4.0l and swap it in|
|06-22-2013 06:50 PM|
|Ibuildembig||I just had one done a month ago and it was 1250|
|06-22-2013 06:23 PM|
|Cashcrazy||I think I would call local engine machine shops and see what they would charge to rebuild yours. I think it would come in the same price or cheaper.|
|06-22-2013 05:11 PM|
I just got a quote on a 2.5l engine for my 89 wrangler...for a engine with 125xxx miles they want 870 out the door and shipped or for a 98xxx mile engine out the door and shipped for a grand what do you guys think. Is this a decently priced quote