The Jeep Comanche came out in 1987 with a AMC 4.0L in line 6 cylinder engine. This engine is a perfect fit for the 1986 Comanche. My 1986 4x4 was originally shipped with a Renault Diesel engine. The engine was pulled and replaced with the 1987 AMC 4.0L in line 6 which is still running at 260 000KM. These engines can be picked up for anything from $200 - $2000. But why not sell your Comanche and buy a 4.0L in line 6 with 4x4.
i have a 1970 dodge dart with a slant 6, 225 and need to know if a 318 out of 1970 dodge dart will mount up with the motor mounts and tranny.
A dayna-glyde 600 is what I have pushing my 318
Actually the size is 318 cubes, but if you want to get more technical, then it would be 317.79067708 rounding up to make it 318. 5.2 liters in metric
No a 1986 Cylinder will not fit the 1987 KX 125. The 1986 exhaust port comes out on the left side of the cylinder where the 1987 comes out in the center. It may bolt up, however the exhaust will not be able to mount.
it will all bolt up no mods are needed. simple swap
They can have wind speeds up to about 318 mph.
Look up heap wolfs he is a great Comanche chief . Brave strong and pretty good looking proud Indian.
a-833 overdrive four speed. dodge started making them in 1975. it will bolt up to a 318 provided you have the correct bellhousing for the 318 as the ;leaning tower of power' bellhousing wont fit.
the answer is: mount
Actually, Mount Rushmore is made up of granite.
The material that makes up Mount Rushmore is granite.
yes it will fit.
you will have to get the headers that fit your model and then the easiest way to install them is to unloosen the motor mount on 1 side at a time and jack up the engine on the side your working on and install the header.
Mount Everest is made up of sedimentary rocks.
Any engine has the potential to "blow up," given the correct circumstances.
30000 and. Up
Mount Rushmore is made up of granite.
Coming Up for Air - 1986 was released on: USA: 1986 (Canyon Cinema)
Bottoms Up Series 8 - 1986 was released on: USA: 1986
Yes, the term mount just means get up.
The higher you climb up Mount Everest the less oxygen there is.