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PostPosted: Thu Jul 23, 2009 3:21 pm 
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Everything is pretty much done

Things I need: front drive shaft, reliable thermostat for elec fans, one motor mount bolt for each side, rino liner the interior..
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looks good, I thought about a SBC in my CJ

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It's amazing how everyone always drops in a SBC when they do a V8 swap.... hhhmmmm :D I always wanted a SBC jeep, actually looked a a couple of YJ's, and 1 TJ with an LS1 swapped in.
One suggestion I have, get rid of that glass fuel filter, if it breaks, you maybe in a world of hurt. Just got ot the parts store and get a small metal one, yeah, doesn't look as flashy, but much safer.

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TAHOE wrote:
It's amazing how everyone always drops in a SBC when they do a V8 swap.... hhhmmmm :D I always wanted a SBC jeep, actually looked a a couple of YJ's, and 1 TJ with an LS1 swapped in.
One suggestion I have, get rid of that glass fuel filter, if it breaks, you maybe in a world of hurt. Just got ot the parts store and get a small metal one, yeah, doesn't look as flashy, but much safer.


I agree. The reason I have it now is to monitor the fuel quality. It sat for a while and got a lil rust in it. i have gone through a tank and it is much better now. once it is clear ill switch it. probably in a week. :)

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