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Old 12-21-2008, 09:10 PM   #76 (permalink)
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do you have pics of this??? I had a 4x4 shop swap a 5.3, 700r4 and dana 300 in my 83 cj...they said the front drive shaft will be a 2 piece with carrier bearing. No big deal i guess, i just wanted to see how other were building these shafts.

Also does anyone have pics of there oil pans for the 5.3's I feel like the truck pan hangs down really low, and i dont like it at all. I dont know if its because of the way this shop mounted the motor or what, but its to low for my comfort. I was thinking of swapping out oil pans, but i dont know if anyone has done that before or not.
Talk to [email protected] on here.... He just swapped out pans for this reason and he'd know what the donor was...
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Old 12-22-2008, 10:49 AM   #78 (permalink)
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when i do the swaps(5.3, 4.8, 5.7 and 4l60e) into FJ 40 landcruisers, i get the shallow pan and advance adapters narrow driveshaft kit. it is still tight, but it works.

if you are interested i can get the part numbers i use and post them(trans pan and filter)
I checked AA"s web page but didn't see anything about a narrow driveshaft kit. More Info please, thanks
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didn't check their site, but found paperwork. AA # 716370 (for course spline toyota t/c)
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Old 12-26-2008, 09:23 PM   #81 (permalink)
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yes, i ran a stock 3550 with a ls 2. put a 4ls0e in. i have a bell housing and clutch flywheel if anybody wants them. mase
You still have this? I sent you a PM a few days ago with no response....
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well...i drove my jeep yesterday for the third time since the swap I gagged it going down the road at around 20mph...the rear end broke loose...then i blew up all the spider gears, inside the dana 44....what a wonderful newyears for me!!! Now im gonna buy an arb and throw it in there...oh well...
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damn, did you mash it to the floor or just kinda get on it? my 8.8 is holding up good so far.
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I got my harness from howell which made a direct plugin for a cj7. I like my 700r4 and you can buy one with a mild build up.

Did any body else have a overheating problem with the 5.3 conversion?
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Old 01-01-2009, 04:36 PM   #85 (permalink)
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damn, did you mash it to the floor or just kinda get on it? my 8.8 is holding up good so far.
i was maybe 3/4 throttle...tires just let loose and that was it...im going ARB locker...it should be alot stronger then the factory spider gears....oh well there was nothing i could do but laugh at the situation
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hwta are you guys using for a throttle cable and how about the fuel system? I've heard lots of mixed things about fuel delivery
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hwta are you guys using for a throttle cable and how about the fuel system? I've heard lots of mixed things about fuel delivery
I'm no where near this point, but for now I plan on keeping the drive by wire and TJ fuel system. If I need more fuel, I'll upgrade the pump to the Walboro 255 like others have done. My last resort will be the 99 Corvette fuel filter, return line and hollowed out pressure regulator.

I wonder if you can change the pressure coming out of the stock TJ regulator? Hmmmmmmmmm I've never had one apart myself, so I'm not sure if once apart it can be put back together with a heavier spring?
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i ran a new bulkhead in my tj tank, all new 3/8 supply line, a mallory external pump, check valve, and filter. i used the factory supply line as the return line. it works great and the mallory pump is alot quieter than the ebay inlines.
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throttle cable was donated by the truck tht my motor came out of, it works fine.
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i'll tell you what i use for the landcruisers that get the LS series truck motors.

lokar throttle cable fot the LS series engine. they are really nice to work with and not really that expensive.

have been using the MSD 2225 inline fuel pump, but it is very noisy. i am currently looking for a much quieter option(i will look into the mallory pump)

for the fuel lines, use a puralator gm filter with the threaded ends and get the fittings from advance auto parts fron tthe help section. they also have the quick connect fittings for fuel rail(has quick connect on one side and a barb on the other.

i didn't read the entire thread, so if this has already been covered just ignore me.
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What are you guys using for shifters with your autos?

I'm wondering if the TJ auto shifter will work with the 4l60e?
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We are finishing up a Ls-6, th400, atlas Tj. Painless wiring, all Advanced Adapter parts. I did change the altanater bracket, due to fender clearance and the crappy factory steering pump. Upgraded to PSc p-pump. Check it.






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i used a lokar shifter in my tj, it mounts to the top of the 4l60e, sticking up through the floor it looks like a manual shifter. works awesome, one of my favorite swap pieces.
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same shifter i used in my cj....looks awesome and is a quality piece
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also used the lokar shifter and it works very well. it is a bit tricky to adjust the linkage on a 4L60 with the PNP switch.
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i used a lokar shifter in my tj, it mounts to the top of the 4l60e, sticking up through the floor it looks like a manual shifter. works awesome, one of my favorite swap pieces.
Got a picture to share so I can see what it looks like installed?
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i used a lokar shifter in my tj, it mounts to the top of the 4l60e, sticking up through the floor it looks like a manual shifter. works awesome, one of my favorite swap pieces.
What length lokar shifter did you use?
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I am running the Edelbrock Shorty Headers (rear dump) with ceramic coating. They fit great. I also ordered them from Summit. Part # EDL-65002
What motor mounts did you use?

My motor mounts came from Advance Adapters and was told the center dump would have issues.
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Is it the cable shifter or the one with the linkage for the 4L60E. I am looking for a shifter aswell.
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