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Unread 04-04-2013, 11:20 PM   #1
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400 in wrangler?!

Soooo... just out of curiosity... anyone know if a 400 would fit into the engine compartment of a 90 wrangler... I have a full race built, street driven 74 ford ranchero GT500 with C6 that has a little more rust than I want to tackle, and recently have been contemplating a full swap. I know it would not be an easy task by ANY means...but with my 90 being pre-fuel injected, and an automatic...it got me thinking. Obviously new axles, driveshafts, etc.etc.etc... but what would my trans options be? Transfer cases? Thanks guys

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