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Old 11-05-2018, 04:01 PM
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Hi guys! Just wanted to introduce myself and ask a couple of questions.

I'm a member of JeepForum.com and a regular poster on the CJ sub-Forum. I'm currently working on my 1980 CJ7 doing a rebuild to virtually every component. I'm not after a restoration because I want a driver, not a garage queen.

What brought me here is I'm looking for information on the 4.0 HO motor. I've got a line on a 92 Cherokee with a running 4.0 HO. My goal is the 258 stroker/4.0 HO head, intake, and MPI combo.

The way I understand it, but I could be wrong, is that this is a Renix motor. Is that correct? I would like to know if there is anything that will tell me for sure that this is the HO motor?

I would eventually like to get an XJ and do some work on it, fix it up, wheel it, etc. But I need to get through my current project first.

Thanks in advance,

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Old 11-05-2018, 07:25 PM
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Welcome to the site Trailhead2004!

I'm sure somebody will chime in
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