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  1. New Novak LS engine mounts almost in a couple more holes to drill. The old 2.5L mounts, no that is not me. :) Old tired four banger getting ready to be pulled. No more sewing machine under the hood, it served me well. Sitting in the driveway after the Axle swap from a Cherokee and Newish wheels. Refreshing the interior a bit. Before the project started: When I bought it 30 year ago, yes I'm the original owner.
  2. I need taillights... just kidding. I have decided I might LS swap my MJ because it knocks, misses, has an erratic idle, and leaks oil. That said, I need one of these: https://www.morris4x4center.com/chevy-v8-v6-to-jeep-ax15-bellhousing-adapter-kit-manual-transmission-168t-flywheel-and-gen-3-engines-aa-712567v.html If you have one for sale, please lmk. Thanks Is there anything else I will need (I plan on building motor mounts)?
  3. 89 MJ

    Chevy Adapter

    I have decided I might LS swap my MJ because it knocks, misses, has an erratic idle, and leaks oil. That said, I need one of these: https://www.morris4x4center.com/chevy-v8-v6-to-jeep-ax15-bellhousing-adapter-kit-manual-transmission-168t-flywheel-and-gen-3-engines-aa-712567v.html If you have one for sale, please lmk. Thanks
  4. Alright so as the title says, I’m going to discuss how I did my budget LS swap for less than 1000$. This is my first write up I’ve done so please bare with me. I have always made YouTube videos of my builds so I will try and post a link to each video I made pertaining to that portion of the swap. I purchased my 88 comanche for 500$ and drove it home. Was a rust free 2wd 4.0. It ran great but I have a problem with leaving anything stock and going all out. Last year I built a 12v Cummins TJ and had a blast doing it, but this build I wanted to go fuel injection. LS is the only
  5. So I got rid of the street comanche a few months back as you all are aware of. I sold my immaculate XJ as well the other day, for this. Its a 1990 Comanche pioneer, it has the metric tonne package. Its got a locked D44 rear and d30 front with chromolys and geared to 4:10. It is dark blue, it's got custom metalcloak TJ long arms up front with there 6" coils. SOA in rear and all around a 5-6 inch lift. Now the major stuff: Built LM7 5.3 from a 2005 silverado with just under or around 400HP. A built 700R4 and a new/rebuilt NP241 T-Case. All the swap was done using Novak adapt parts and painless h
  6. so recently I've been watching way too many roadkill episodes and i have began dreaming about engine swaps, they make it look so easy. with that being said, my 2.5l is not as fast as i want it to be and its very old, so i have a few questions would a 5.3L chevy Ls motor fit into my 86 comanche? I've been doing some research and have found these pretty cheap. What all would i need to buy to do this swap? I'm not worried about the difficulty (except for wiring) but i do work at firestone and i would have lots of dudes with some knowledge to help me out. so what i really want to g
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