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Old 09-12-2000, 10:42 AM
jebner jebner is offline
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I have a 77 Cherokee with a the stock 360 and TH400 tranny. Do I need to make any modifications to put a 401 in my Jeep? If so what? Oh, does anyone have the schematics for the vacuum lines for the emergency drive? Thanks for you help.

Jeff
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Old 09-13-2000, 07:14 AM
Dean Dean is offline
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Jeff, the 401 is a bolt in except you need to change flexplates. The flexplates are balanced to the engine. If the 401 is out of a big Jeep then would have had the correct flexplate on it (no 401/manual trannys in FSJ from the factory).

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'78 Wagoneer Limited
401/Q-trac W/low range
Stock for now.........
have '84 parts rig,
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lift, '78 j20 axles. Whoo
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