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1998zj59
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0.840" - 0.750" does 0.09" matter that much?

hello i have a 98 5.9 I'm trying to find a 242 to swap in. my buddy has one in a 95 or 96 XJ but from what i have found online if its a 95 it has the shorter 0.750" input and if its a 96 it has the right input but the 1 piece rear output with the ESY (sound right?) he thinks its a 95. we haven't checked the jeep yet, we kinda wanna know if the swap is possible before we rip it out. so if it has the 0.750" input do i have to swap my 0.840" input or will it work with the shorter input?

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