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Here's What Happened When I Put A $120 Craigslist Engine Into My Jeep

About a year ago, I blew up my Jeep’s engine rying to drive through a deep mud pit. The next day, I bought a motor that had been sitting in a field for $120. Well, I just plopped that literal lawn ornament into my Jeep XJ. Here’s how that went. Read more...
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