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Unread 09-16-2013, 04:36 PM   #1
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Wj Questions about Swapping 0331 for 0630 cylinder head. (99 WJ)

I've done 'some' searching and I've been wondering if I can't just buy the exhaust header for the cylinder head and re-use my intake manifold.. and hopefully the intake and exhaust gasket is an exact fit.

Any other trouble's I might run into along the way? Currently have the head off the vehicle and have an 0630 cylinder head lined up. I'm just trying to get my ducks in a row before I spend too much time heading the wrong direction.

I'm aware of the coil pack mounting bracket I need to make. I also am aware that there is a block off plate I can either make myself or purchase online via sketchy paypal transactions. ( I don't want to go that route )

Much appreciated, have a great day!

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