the key is planing think everything thru a dozen times before starting. have a plan and stick to it. have everything preassymbled that is possible and its possiible to do this in a weekend. mines proof.
Looks nice sitting in there. I wish I had a few extra $$ laying around to get mine done. I bet that thing merges on the freeway effortlessly now lol. Great job on the swap! Got any pics of the rear driveline and the trans mount/belly pan so I can get an idea of what i'm up against there?
well just thought id update this. Its been a few weeks since I done this swap and Im happy to report absolutely NO problems. its like Ive got a new jeep the power is everything I was hoping for it runs amazing and I definetly recomend this swap.
I used a 46rh auto that came with the engine from a 94 grand cherokee and reused my 231 t case, I dont have pics of the mount but will take some. basicly tho I used the plate thats came on the trany and welded a strip of 1/2 c chanel and some scram 1.4 in plate I had to move it back and give me clearance than drilled the plate for stock mount
Nice build I have actually started the same swap for my 90 yj I have looked all over for info in doing this, i pulled the 4.0 that some one else swapped in it this past weekend i plan on running the 318 727 with my 231 behind it. and or i have a 241 and i will be streching the rear at least 6 inchs so thanks for the pics it has me less worried about will it fit right I will probably have some questions along the way,lol glad you went mopar!
no stove guy I will be going with carb Less wires,lol I have a friend that hooked me up with a propane kit so I decided I would go that route, Its cheaper all the way around and I plan on rolling it at least once so I dont want to much tied up in it. and mark as far as I know it will all bolt up same spline count same mounting holes and from the ones i have talked to said it will bolt right up