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#1 DansGreyMj

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Posted 09 April 2009 - 02:54 PM

I picked up a zj prop valve at the JY today to eliminate the rear valve and to prep my jeep for the 8.8 swap. My question is are the fittings the same size as the Mj prop valve or will i have to get adapters or swap the fittings and re-flare the tubes?
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#2 dasbulliwagen

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Posted 11 April 2009 - 09:40 PM

I have never tried this or heard of it being done, but the ZJ is very similar in a lot of ways to the MJ/XJ. It should just be plug and play. Search the threads on here though, I seem to remember reading that it would be best to keep the original MJ valve and plug one of the ports in order to do away with the rear valve, though I can't tell you which one. Good luck!

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