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need advise!!!???

i have a 92 jeep with blowed motor and shot tranny what is the best motor conversion to do ??? i dont no ive had a couple of peple tell me a 302 ford set is the easyest i thought i would ask yall though and see???
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350/350 or 350/700r and a 208 tc... new bigger driveshafts and your flying again...nothing (easy) beats a 350 chevy

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did you have the 4 or 6 cylinder? The EASIEST is another Jeep 6, since you wont have to replace the motor-mounts. The best is, well, whatever your wallet can afford I guess. You want something that will bolt up to your NP-231 x-case right? you'll have to find a tranny with a 21-spline output shaft and 6-lug circular x-case bolt pattern


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I would go with the 350/th350 combo myself-its a little shorter and give you the extra room in the rear for driveshaft angles. also-upgrade your radiator at this time to a 4 core 360 or 304 radiator.






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