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Can you put a 1989 Jeep Wrangler YJ on a 1998 TJ Jeep Wrangler?


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Answered 2013-04-20 23:32:38

The tops will not fit without modification

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For what?? engine, tranny, transfer case.........???




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i had a 1992 jeep and swear by penzoil i would put 10w30 in it they make it for high milage trucks to



If the drive wheels aren't spinning, then no.


You could, but it would require a complete rewiring and use of the 1989 trans and electronics.



I put 33s on my wrangler and only get a little rub i sharp turns so you should be ok.


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nope, you have to remove the hard top first.



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