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Re: Jeep 4.2L engine

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Posted by Hobo,NC on May 11, 2013 at 05:33:48 from (

In Reply to: Jeep 4.2L engine posted by dhermesc on May 10, 2013 at 12:42:21:

It would fetch 2500 around here (jeep fever) but not from me...

Don't hold me to this (AX15) if it has a AX15 it would be a rare beast the AX15 trans in a 87 is a rare trans in one but you will see one every now and again,,, the AX15 package conversion will fetch a EZ $1000... If it has the P-jo trans plan to spend the grand plus labor to convert it to a AX15 :cry: Then what it cost to replace the input shaft in the transfer case to mate up to the AX15...

A valve job is not goona fix your oil issues but check and make sure the PCV valve is not stopped up... It does stop up on'em and they will leak oil about as fast as you can pour it in...

Carb conversion in one word Webber 38X38 MM DGV...

OK now you are into it 5K and probably needs a engine rebuild,,,, I luv Jeep customers with deep pockets.... They are EZ to work on and a good hobby for someone with the time and money (if you need a $hobby$)....

I get one about once a year they spend 5K are more on it (up-grades) and still have want's its a never ending cycle...

Theirs a group of young boys around here that buy up every $500 Jeep Cherokee around fix them up on the cheap (as cheap as they can) then go out every Saturday day and nite and do their best to tear them up.... I think they enjoy fix'n what they tear up more than playing in the mud with them... I support them with special tools and info as I enjoy seeing them acquire wrenching skills... If I need to know something about a Jeep they know it 8)

Personally if I had to have one I would start out with a EFI engine with a AX15 are a automatic, the auto's are a dime a dozen they rarely give any trouble...

This post was edited by Hobo,NC at 05:35:50 05/11/13.


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