The brake lines will be easy, as they are smaller and easier to bend (can be wrapped around a beer bottle). I replaced all of them on my 88 last summer, and just used sections of line and couplers, so I can replace just what I need in another 10 or so years.markmitch said:I think once I find the adapter I need to use my transmission with the newer 4472 transfer I will only have one major hurdle left and that will be the brake lines. I am hoping I can reuse the factory lines from the 89 but I may have to make some and to be honest I have never done that. I have made fuel lines and transmission lines but that was a long time ago. I have atubing bender kit but my flaring tool is missing parts so I will have to either buy one or see if autozone has one I can rent. Mark
Hahamarkmitch said:... Anyone have a program or app to make it that way for me? picture is in my photo album and for some reason I can't bring it here?
233 is basicaly 231. Only difference I see is the motorshifter. I am Jeep guy and we are doing serious offroading and I have had Jeep ZJ 5.9 and Now I have Jeep WJ both were changed to NP231. Both cars have above 2400kgs because of all offroad rigs and the NP231 is running well without any problems. Older 231 had narrow chain They were used on Jeep XJ, YJ etc.markmitch said:Thank you for you info I did not know that about the 233. I am not really planning on an serious off roading but my house in New Hampshire has 10.5 acres and I would love to be able to drive around the property. in the summer I can actually cut trees down and make trails over to and around the island. If I build it strong there should be no problems doing this. So I will cut and paste your info and print it for my note book. Do you have 4lo with your set up?