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Unread 11-16-2012, 07:00 AM   #1
Jefenhauser
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CJ 7 with Ford 351w swap

Ok I just bought me a nice looking 1980 CJ 7 that has had the engine changed over to a Ford 351w (I think) . Who ever did the change over did ok except for the wiring which is a weak point for me. Does anyone know of any books or online guides for such conversions? I'm trying to make sure the wiring is right and the correct ignition parts were used since some of it looks to be the old jeep parts. It's been years since I've played with old engines and I've never messed with anything with a conversion like this. I just want to make sure everything is right.

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