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02-13-2006 06:22 PM
amerijeep I agree. If you want the 6, sell your jeep and buy another one. You'll come out a lot better.
02-13-2006 09:48 AM
jeeperman I will let the experts give you all the details, but when I was considering doing this swap (2 Jeeps ago) I figured out it would be cheaper (and much easier) to sell it and buy one with the 4.0 in it...
02-13-2006 12:38 AM
mswilder
4 cyl to 6 cyl

I have a 97 wrangler se, it has a 4 cyl engine, i want to put a 6 cyl engine in it, besides the long block what else would i need to sucessfully go to a 6 cyl engine.
thanks
matt

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