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even though its a 3.0 I dig what youre doing. should be a bulletproof one. Snowtoy has some good tech on the 3.0
My new Marlin Crawler R150F with upgraded billet shift forks, chromoly thrust washer and chromoly bearing cover plate and short throw shifter being built to do my 5 speed swap. And man it looks good all done. Cant wait to slap this behind my fresh built motor in the TRunner.
do the 3.4 and 3.0 use the same pan?
very nice Trev! whats your goal, to start driving it?
My goal is to have a rig that is trail capable, but still able to drive on the road. Something I can put together once and not have to worry about for awhile. I like to drive to trails wheel them and drive home. I like to drive my rig to work every once and awhile. If I spontaneously get a call from a friend that wants to go wheeling, I dont have to get things ready on my truck and fix this or that before I can go. I know thats asking a lot and its not going to be perfect at all of those, but thats my goal... I think I answered your question...or maybe Im way off track..
yes and no.Thats my goal as well on my ZJ. i can appreciate that. my original question was intended to ask what goal you had for completion.
Going taco slip on rotors?
She sure is tall. I know you'll come down 2~3" with driveline installed but still seems way up there for 35s