451 stroker project includes
-400 block, only machine work done is the cylinders were bored out to 4.375 and block was hot tanked. in the picture the cylinders look all black because they have a layer of grease on them.
-stock 452 heads with hardened valve seats
-ross racing pistons
2000 TJ Sport
4.6L stroker (less than 6,000 miles)
NV3550 five speed trans (clutch replaced with engine)
Dana 44 rear end
Spartan locker up front (brand new a week ago)
Currie one ton steering
MOOG ball joints (brand new a week ago)
33x12.50R15 BFG KM2's on DCII rims (matching spare)...
98 and newer stroker head with Chevy 1.94 intake valve and the 1.5 exhaust valve and heavy duty spring for bigger cam. new casting head has 6000 miles on it took off to put on a new fully bowled ported and polished head looking to get $250 or trade for a nice set of black wagon wheels
The title pretty much says it all, i'm starting to build a 4.0l stroker and need the heart of the beast. i would prefer casting number 3727 because it has the 4 counterweights and shorter 2.06" nose but will consider others if i can't find that one. Pm me if you have one and let me know how...
New 4.0L jeep Block with casting # 53010449AA. NVH block good for a stroker set up. Same as 96-98 except it is a camshaft thrust plate block. Block has been sitting around and is just a little dusty. Pics on request. Located in Fenton MI $100 takes it.
A few years ago I rebuilt my 88 Wrangler (4.2L) and in the process swapped in a HO 4.0L head from a early 90's Cherokee. I have intake and exhaust manifolds but I'm looking for all the other fuel injection parts including the computer.