The silly names that Jeep labeled motors with were nothing but marketing. A Buick v6 is a Buick v6 whether it was in a Jeep, Pontiac, Cadillac,...
Both are readily available
I have a whole pile of distributors as every Buick motor I touch gets an HEI. Think there were about 35 the last time I pulled them a down to sell...
Got lots of them 3000 miles away from you.:D
A 225 will run almost anything that will bolt in. A later 231 is picky as to which one works best.
The low brackets simply work a lot better in any Jeep then the high ones. I wouldn't even consider a high mount for a Jeep.
I think I have a couple. I will check in the morning.
They will bolt to the motor. Usually need to get rid of the Ross steering before you worry about headers though.
Should have installed a Dana 30 with Saginaw steering ten years earlier. Fixed that post for you.:D
Absolutely the 40. The higher pressure spring makes the motor leak everywhere. These motors were always low/no oil pressure motors.
Best bet is to always get rid of the factory small joint shaft that the slip yoke was worn out by the time the Jeep was driven home from the...
16224 $47 with free shipping on Amazon and no core charge. Great option for 95% out there with no local option for a rebuild.
The kit is cheap and comes with a gasket. No sense to not change it while apart. Melling k201.
Herm sources those for AA. They have been back ordered for months.
I have several.
Dana 25, 27 or 44 closed knuckle axle. Good shape, all threaded holes look clean. $80 plus the $20 flat rate shipping if in the 48 states.
Never seen a 53 with 4.27 gears. Learn something every day.
The tracker brakes are cheaper then sourcing 11" bendix brakes now.
Just a guy that works two full time jobs and doesn't have a lot of time to answer knuckle pudding and flat towing questions. :D
Yes in a nutshell. India is pretty much shut down completely right now. Many things go through that country in all or part of the manufacturing...
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