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I am planning on dropping in a LQ4/SM465/NP241C into my TJ. I have all the drivetrain componenets, just waiting for some warmer weather to tear into it. What i'm looking for is anyone who has this tranny in their Tj's and how you had to modify the tunnel and/or bend the shifter to get it to fit. From my calculations (assuming I get the new motor in approximately the same location as my 4L), the SM465 shifter will be approx. 7" further forward than my current nv3550.

Just looking for ideas/suggestions at this point. Pics would be great if you have them.

Thanks!
 

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Also of interest would be how you set up your clutch (i.e. did you use the TJ master cylinder or what).
 

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Do you have a hydro bellhousing for the 465? Or are you using the manual linkage?

I put a 350/465/205 combo in a cj and the shifter came out the same hole as the stock tranny shifter did.

I don't know how much different the tj tunnels are from the cj's though.
I have the hydro bellhousing, just ordered the conversion kit from Advance.

CJ's used a different motor, different tranny, and different tub than the TJ's......they don't have much in common other than the round healights.. :D
 

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Good stuff, thanks for the info guys.

On another note, what are you guys using for a master cylinder/hydraulic clutch setup.

I've got the conversion package on the way from Advance Adapters that has a new flywheel, and all the clutch parts. They told me to go with the stock clutch fork, and slave cylinder from a truck with the SM465, but weren't sure on the master cylinder.

I'd like to keep my TJ master cylinder but not sure if it will give me the proper fluid volume to work with the chevy slave cylinder.

Any ideas??
 
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