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I have a 94 4.0L motor out of a YJ Wrangler. I purchased a AA Bellhousing and a LUK Clutch kit for the 94 Wrangler motor. I got out the orginal pilot bearing from the 94 motor. The pilot bushings sent from AA were of wrong size. I called and they are sending me the right one (ID and OD), I hope. Am I going to have any problems with the length of the input shaft when I mated the the 4spd T176 to this 4.0L crankshaft? There was only one pilot bearing/bushing to take out of the crank right? AA said there might be two bearings/bushings with "late model" engines? Also, they say if the flywheel is less than 1 inch thick, this will also create problems. I had my machined, now I am worried. I have never done this before, any input, comments, or suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.


85 CJ8 Undergoing Frame-up Modifications w/4.0 standing by for transplant w/T176/Dana300 - Lookin for aluminum or chrome 15x8 spoke wheels to fit CJ.
 
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Have you looked at solving the CPS problem? You can either machine the 176 bell to accept the sensor, or get a kit that relocates it onto the balancer. Brendan

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Since he is using an AA bellhousing it is probably the one with a window already in it for the CPS.

'75 CJ5,258 w/Howell EFI,T18a,4.27's,33's,On-board air,Warn 8274
 

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Yes, the AA bellhousing is machined for the sensor, not a problem. It needs to be gapped to 30 thousandths according the the AA instructions.

85 CJ8 Undergoing Frame-up Modifications w/4.0 standing by for transplant w/T176/Dana300 - Lookin for aluminum or chrome 15x8 spoke wheels to fit CJ.
 
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