So few weeks ago the bolts on the passenger side motor side mounts broke off. When the motor fell it snapped the distributor. Ordered the Brown Dog super mounts (uses 8 bolts instead of 3) and a new distributor. Got everything put in last night, started the Jeep up and everything seemed fine. Drove it on the trailer to hit a trail today without issue. This morning I get to the trail head and started the Jeep, backed it off the trailer and drove 500 feet or so and the Jeep backfired (really bad), sputtered and died. Couldn't get it running again so we loaded it back on the trailer and I drove home. Pulled the distributor (to check timing) and saw this. It is hard to see but the gear inside the motor (I assume camshaft gear) is ate up worse than the distributor gear.When I did my swap years ago I put a 4.0 from a 95 YJ into my 99 TJ. So far everything I replaced I used for a 99 (sensors and such) and it all worked. Well I need a new camshaft and it shows two different part numbers for a 95 and a 99. What is the difference between them and what one should I use?