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    superhappyfuntimeperson
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    Default the swap

    so i am taking out the 304 from the cj7
    it is for sale to

    what is going in should be lighter and have more power and torque

    toyota diesel and one ton trans and transfercase

    oh and for the few wondering about the clark hurth axels they new yokes flanges
    looks like they were worked on at some time

    i dont have pics yet


    i do have the toyota all half way torn down

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    That's just silly. But i'm in.

    Think it'll be a little short in the horse power department though.
    My hellawack shiznit is interfrizzled in my brizzle

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    1PZ
    Cylinder In-line 5 Diesel OHC 2-Valve

    Bore x Stroke 94.0 x 100.0

    Displacement 3,469cc

    Compression Ratio 22.7

    Max Power 115PS/4,000rpm

    Max Torque 23.5kgm/2,600rpm

    Using Model PZJ70V, PZJ77V


    not doing the conversion for you

    and no i dont understand it either

    found the English for every one including me

    The 1PZ is a 3.4 L (3469 cc) Inline 5 cylinder, 10 valve SOHC diesel engine. Bore is 94 mm and stroke is 100 mm, with a compression ratio of 22.7:1

    Output is 113 hp (85 kW) at 4000 rpm, with 230 Nm (170 lbft) of torque at 2600 rpm.

    The 1PZ is a 5 cylinder variant of the 1HZ engine and as such it shares many of its internals with that engine.

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    The 304 had a displacement of 303.92 CID (4,980.3 cc) which produced 210 hp (157 kW; 213 PS) in 1970-71 and was built starting in 1970.[7] Later models produced less power from the factory, going down yearly. 1972-78 models were rated at 150 hp (112 kW; 152 PS). It was rated at 130.5 hp (97 kW; 132 PS) in 1979, the last year it was installed in passenger cars, and 125 hp (93 kW; 127 PS) in 1980-81, the last years it was used in Jeep vehicles.

    mine is out of 78

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    i am lossing some in the torque area to but not much
    what i will gain is a lighter jeep (i hope) and fuel economy

    this thing likes to drink
    the 304 that is

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    i have driven the donar truck around the house
    and pushed down a few trees with it
    now the gearing in the axels help with that
    i think there is enough power to move the jeep over the rock mud and or what ever i hit

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    dude - you need some pics up, if you need help uploading them, send the pics to my email addy.
    robinwilson165@hotmail dot com
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    http://www.youtube.com/xjcustomcoupe

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    we gots some video now !

    shows them planitary axles

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fX8yRh651jY&list=UUOSAJ-OUPZ6uQ96LMlT0JFg&index=4&feature=plcp"]1 PZ - YouTube[/ame]

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdVbkkYVaVI&list=UUOSAJ-OUPZ6uQ96LMlT0JFg&index=2&feature=plcp"]1pz.wmv - YouTube[/ame]
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    thanks for posting these up
    my internet sucks every time i tried to post these up ..... fail fail grr fail

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    well that engine is no longer running lol

    due to the fact it is on the ground in front of that same truck

    just when i thought i had all the lines disconected
    nope theres another... the last one one the clutch slave.... just cut that one
    can be much to replace

    it was only about 10 inches long

    i will put up some pic tomorrow ??
    shit left my phone out side ???

    oh well


    this engine came with a new injector pump new fuel filter primer

    not to mention the spare front drive shaft
    and well you can see in the video
    what came with the truck

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    well that engine is no longer running lol

    due to the fact it is on the ground in front of that same truck

    just when i thought i had all the lines disconected
    nope theres another... the last one one the clutch slave.... just cut that one
    can be much to replace

    it was only about 10 inches long

    i will put up some pic tomorrow ??
    shit left my phone out side ???

    oh well


    this engine came with a new injector pump new fuel filter primer

    not to mention the spare front drive shaft
    and well you can see in the video
    what came with the truck

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    now i am going to take some measurement and try to figure out where this will sit in the jeep
    it is going into a cj7

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    My bet....it will sit right behind the grill.
    My hellawack shiznit is interfrizzled in my brizzle

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    what will sit behind the grill?? the diesel or the 304

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    Default here it is

    all undress and ready to go


    you can see the lock out there for 4th and 5th
    no mine racing
    and there is no linkage for the high range either
    just some minor part to get lol
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    when i measured up the engine mounts they are so close about a half inch different

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    Quote Originally Posted by puzzel View Post
    so i am taking out the 304 from the cj7
    it is for sale to
    Is the 304 still for sale? E-mail me at jeepoholic@me.com if you still have it for sale.

    Thanks,
    Ken

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    That shit looks heavy as hell.
    My hellawack shiznit is interfrizzled in my brizzle

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    the happiest of people dont have the best of everything, they just make the best of everything.

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    trust me it is i tried to pick it up with one hand and nooo go
    so i used two hands and yup i could roll it over lol

    not sure how heavy the 304 is with the slush box so i am hoping it is lighter
    if not have have toyota springs here lol

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