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Unread 01-24-2002, 07:05 AM   #1
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Question Hmmmm . . .

So we have this '79 Cj7.

Started going over the VIN #'s and comparing them to what is in the CJ now.

In the jeep now is a 304-T5-D300, stock (according to the VIN,) was a 258-T150-D300. Now the 304 stopped production in 1981, but the T5 wasn't started until 1982. AND the T150 wasn't put in front of the D300. Yet the D300's weren't installed until 1980. This info is from a bunch of Jeep books and guides that we have. Is this correct? Did the previous owner go through that much trouble to mate a T5 to a 304 and a D300?

Sooo . . . my question . . . How hard would it be to mount a T176 to the 304 and D300? It should mount right up, correct?

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