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Depending upon the year and engine source, 4.2L AMC/Jeep®/I-H version timing covers can be different than a 4.0L cover. The TDC mark may be many degrees away from the 4.0L damper mark, which is typically the damper used in a Mopar EFI conversion. Determine the true TDC for #1 piston when referencing TDC; this is determined by measuring the piston's position in #1 cylinder with the spark plug removed. The piston must stand at its peak when determining TDC. Note: Inexpensive TDC tools are available at Summit, Amazon and elsewhere: https://www.summitracing.com/parts/sum-900189 or TDC
Hi everyone. I just picked up a 1977 CJ5 with s 232 and a one barrel. All the emissions was removed and the evap and EGR are still present. I have only had 4. Banger and v8 jeeps. There are 3 ports on the carb. Where do the vacuum lines hook up. I want to run the minimum amount, distributor, EGR, and charcoal canister. Any help will be great. Pictures even better, the emissions diagrams did not help since most of the parts are gone. Scott
Moses, I know this is a controversial topic, but this may be the place for discussion. I am interested in participating in a JJUSA event here in KY. One of the vehicle requirements is that the overall lift including any body lift not exceed 6". The lift on my 85 CJ7 will be real close to the limit. I have inquired JJUSA by phone and email trying to find out how and what parameters they will be using to determine vehicle lift. JJUSA has not responded, leading me to believe they don't have quantifiable parameters or are afraid to tell me in writing. I am concerned of showing up to the
Well, I have continued to look for a CJ 7 and I have finally found one. I will have more about it once I can verify a few things, but it is in fair shape for a rust-o-ration. It has the 258 Straight 6. All I have is one picture from the PO's ad on Craig's List. Yes, this is the good side. It is all there, and all steel. Oh sure there is some rust on this side too, but overall it's a good base to work with. OK, so I paid $325.00 for it. I knew I wanted a project and I got one. It's gonna be a heck of a ride, but I have a few consolation prizes. You're looking at floor p