I went into mine kind of blind just because it was so much cheaper to rebuild a 350 than the 304 I had. After I was done it would have been cheaper to rebuild the 304 than to do all that was needed to convert. With that said, I am still glad I did the conversion.
Be careful when looking at "complete" kits... There is always extra cost in there and other parts needed. I did not look closely at this kit, but, I'm just saying to do a lot of research. Novak has a wealth of knowledge! Good luck and have fun!
Notice I used the word "complete", as in everything you need. Those AA kits are not all inclusive.
I'm sure the OP appreciates your info added to his one and a half year old thread also.
It includes everything you need to bolt the gm motor (350 in this case) to a jeep drivetrain and into the jeep. How much more "complete" can it get?
I actually used this thread for some good reading and appreciated the information from others. Figured I'd throw myself a link for future reference and try to get the conversation started again because I'm getting ready for a conversion of my own.
Don't think there's any reason to be unkind. After all this is JEEPFORUM not p**ate 4x4.
I'm at the point of rebuilding a crankless long block I got for free from a box van and figure on using gm drivetrain instead of the $$$ for an adapter.
[QUOTE=Luuca;25211594]Gratitude and Gold both start with G and are just as rare.[/QUOTE]