It's friday morning, this is the weekend that my brother and myself will be putting the engine into the 91 YJ Islander. The 4.0 donor motor is from a 95 Cherokee that lost an argument with inertia. As best we can tell, this motor has less than 20k miles on it, even the freeze plugs are rust free, which in cleveland is a very good sign of low miles, road salt is rough. The YJ came with a 4.0 so I don't forsee any real trouble with the swap. I went and got a new clutch kit for it, not entirely sure I "had" to, but it will be apart, might as well. Going to replace main seal, pan and valve cover gaskets beforehand as well. I'm very excited, tons of body work to do afterward, but this is the big one, the heart transplant if you will.
Now on to my question, is there anything else I should consider replacing/checking/praying over while shaking shiney beads, during this swap? Any considerations I'm not aware of to putting a 95 cherokee motor(auto trans) into a 91 YJ (AX15)? Any advice in general for this swap that we might not have covered/considered would be appreciated.