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4cyl YJ trans/bellhousing questions

I recently picked up a '93 YJ 4 cylinder 5spd, and have decided to simply part it out. I'm trying to decide what I should keep, and looking at the driveline. Which all motors is the bellhousing compatible with? As far as the AX5 goes, what all does it share with the AX15? Is the shifter housing/tower the same?


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I recently picked up a '93 YJ 4 cylinder 5spd, and have decided to simply part it out. I'm trying to decide what I should keep, and looking at the driveline. Which all motors is the bellhousing compatible with? As far as the AX5 goes, what all does it share with the AX15? Is the shifter housing/tower the same?
Chevy 60 v6 has the same pattern as the 4cyl. There are some pretty strong later model engines. I doubt the ax5 is up to handle much extra power though. The auto from a 4cyl yj is pretty sought after for using those motors in crawlers.


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Ax5 is an easy sell since they crap out and nobody wants to spend $1000 on a rebuilt because it cuts into their budget for chrome grills, light bars and kewl 17” wheels.

[size=3]Shackles & D-rings are different things.
Cranking IS turning over
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