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Old 12-02-2018, 08:41 AM   #1 (permalink)
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YJ 4.0/TF999 mounting locations?

Building a YJ... my frame was bent so I picked up a replacement frame. Stock 4.0 motor mounts are still intact but I donít have the factory skid plate. Not going to use it anyway but was looking for some measurements. The engine and trans obviously isnít centered between the rails. Anyone know or know where I can find measurements for the center of the trans output shaft? I can obviously take some time and figure it out but didnít know if anyone knows where I could find stock frame measurements? I Googled some and couldnít find anything. Also the front of the frame from engine mounts forward has been chopped to be tubed out already so it will just take a little longer to figure it out so I figured I would try to cheat and ask here to save me some time.
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