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09-29-2002 01:48 PM
BigBlockBabe Jeeps Unlimited

Try that forum, I bet they can help you.
09-29-2002 01:45 PM
70'ChevelleSS Well, What transmition is in it. I have never owned a jeep and know nothing about them. But like that other person said your best bet is a jeep forum. <img src="graemlins/boxing.gif" border="0" alt="[boxing]" />
09-28-2002 02:57 AM
Wmarden You might check some of the jeep forums out there. I have read about some jeeps with even more obscure transplants, so this should be doable. It might need different drive shafts.
09-27-2002 04:59 PM
Jeep with a 350?

My friend has a 92 jeep renegade. He wants to put a 350 sbc in it. I know this is doable, but is it worth it? How much work is involved? How will the new tranny fit in with the rest of the chasis and drive shafts? Thanks for your help. Bill

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