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Old 10-12-2005, 01:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Wrangler/CJ replacement heater ???'s

OK.....it'll soon be getting cold here and my YJ is just about ready for the road (after about a 14 month build--moved twice ). I bought a tub/frame/title YJ and have a Chev powertrain (TBI 350) and axles (one ton junk) in my YJ. I do NOT have any interior pieces in the YJ yet and was thinking (and searching) about heater swaps. There's the 4WD Hardware heater for $200ish that'd probably work OK, but I was interested to see what people have swapped into their CJ or Wrangler to keep the trail rides kinda fun in the winter.

I've got the interior wiring harness out of my donor vehicle ('89 Sub) and could probably install a GM heater without much trouble but wondered if someone had led the way...........

S10 stuff work decent? Buick/Olds? Jeep? aftermarket?
-It's a "real" Jeep TBI 350/700/D300 60/14 bolt 40" Kevlars

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