Well i can tell you how to time it. You get the number one (front) piston to top dead center (TDC) (pull the plug and crank it over with a ratchet until it pushes air out) then make sure the groove in the harmonic balancer pulley is set at zero. Note: Do not set it up by just the groove in the pulley, as it could be either top on the compression or exhaust stroke. Make a mark on the distributer base where the #1 plug wire is. Put the distributor back in so that the rotor is facing the number one plug wire. Youll have to play with it a little to get it right at #1 as the gear meshes. If you have a Haynes or FSM manual you may want to do a little reading so you are sure. Im not sure on the seal for the distributor. But change your oil repetitively until it is no longer chocolate milk to get all the water out.
94 YJ 1" Body, SOA, Rear 3/4 elliptical
Dana 44 Front, 9" Rear 4:88s & ARB Air locker