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Unread 08-17-2008, 10:06 PM   #1
hayseedwalker
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Need answers!..building a jeep

well i bought a 1984 jeep cj7....and it needs some engine work! Since i'm taking the body off anyways....i was gonna drop my 351 windsor ford motor and tranny in it! the only problem i think i'll run into will be that my ford 208f transfer-case has a left side front output.......and the cj has a right side diff..... I was wondering if it would be possible to shove a yj front axle in it but use al the components outta the cj axle and put it in the yj axle.... is that even possible? are the yj and cj axles the same just flipped over with different guts in them?

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