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chrystler 999 swaped for TF 727
« on: Jan 31, 2006, 09:09:50 AM »
My girl friends Jeep has the 258 six and a Chrysler 999 auto and not sure what T-case, the transmission is going out and instead of rebuilding I thought why not swap for something stronger. 
But i was thinking I have a connection on a dodge one ton that has a TF 727 mated too a NP 205, I could not find and adapter at advanced adapter's that would work.  Does anyone know if this is possable.
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Re: chrystler 999 swaped for TF 727
« Reply #1 on: Jan 31, 2006, 09:10:46 AM »
I suppos I should tell you it is a 86 CJ7.
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Re: chrystler 999 swaped for TF 727
« Reply #2 on: Jan 31, 2006, 10:57:08 AM »
find a 318  v8  and your golden
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Re: chrystler 999 swaped for TF 727
« Reply #3 on: Feb 01, 2006, 01:12:13 AM »
this ruck has a 360.  But her dad just rebuilt the six and does not want to swap it.  It is an awsom motor, I just was seeing if there was an adapter for the TF 727
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Re: chrystler 999 swaped for TF 727
« Reply #4 on: Feb 01, 2006, 07:26:12 AM »
my sister had a 97 cherokee  with the 4.0 high output   that thing would smoke all 4 ,  wasnt worth a crap in 4 lo  it always jumped out of low range,   body twisted or something,  she loved it thow,  my truck broke down and i drove it to work one day and on the way home that night  a huge buck  running from some dogs  ran in front of me, killed it, one of the dogs  and the jeep  :down:   sis was very :rivers:  then :tantrum:
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Re: chrystler 999 swaped for TF 727
« Reply #5 on: Feb 01, 2006, 10:58:27 AM »
The older jeep motor, which would be the 4.2L was a motor know for reliability, and being bullet proof, could run as long as a yot motor.  Though it may take a little more care it is possible.

The 4.0L are a newer engine designe from the 4.2L, more of a rev happy engine then a tourque motor.  Not many peopl realize that the 4.2L from  the factory had a redline of 4500rpm, of course the motor is capable of more but its primary power stock, is off idle to around 3000rpm.  Hers has a cam and off idle to around 3500 it pulls hard, right past 3500 though it falls flat on its face.
My cousin on the other hand had a 4.2L and he had bored it, ported and polished the intake and head, had jacobs ignition on it with a weber carb, that motor had power till 6000rpm, and it was super smooth reving.  He had 35 inch boggers witha 5sp, and 3.08 gears, that was one fast jeep.

I wish we could just throw the whole drivetrain from this dodge under the jeep but its a pretty clean CJ, and there gig is to keep it close to stock because that is how they baught it.  I can understand not wanting to modify a legend, that is rare.
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