What’s Included in Jeep Engine Rebuild Kits


Engine Kit with Timing Chain, for Jeep L-Head 134

There is nothing quite like a Jeep. You can travel on road or off road and enjoy the freedom that comes from owning a Jeep. To many Jeep owners, their Jeep is more than just a vehicle; it’s a work of art. It’s devastating when an accident occurs and the Jeep is totaled, especially when the engine is damaged. Sometimes an accident isn’t what ruins the engine on a Jeep. Time can be the culprit, especially if the Jeep has been sitting for a long time. Some people enjoy buying these Jeeps in order to restore them to their full glory. In both of these cases, Jeep engine rebuild kits are perfect.


Jeep engine rebuild kits are exactly what they sound like: they are kits that contain all of the parts that you need to rebuild the engine of a Jeep. Whether you are trying to rebuild after an accident or just fixing up a Jeep that needs some love, Jeep engine rebuild kits are the perfect tool. You can get both engine kits and master engine kits.

A master Jeep engine rebuild kit is essential if you plan to rebuild a Jeep engine completely and know that you will need everything. You can buy the kits made especially for your Jeep. For example, if you have a 1991 Jeep that has a 2.0L/122 cu.in. engine, you can find a kit just for rebuilding its engine. You can even find kits for Jeeps built in the 80s and even older, such as Jeeps from the 40s and 60s. A master kit comes with all need parts, such as wrist pins, pistons, rings, bearings (both main and rod), jack shaft bearings and thrust washers if needed, lifters, gaskets, timing kit, oil pump, freeze plugs, and cam bearings. Basic Jeep engine rebuild kits are just like the master kits except that they do not have timing sets, lifters, or camshafts.

Getting Jeep engine rebuild kits is the perfect way to keep an old Jeep running smoothly or to bring new life into one you’re restoring.

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Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."

3 comments

  1. I threw a rod a few weeks back. I was probably in need of an overhaul when it happened. Now, I’m looking at a rebuild. My own fault for thinking I was a good enough mechanic. Won’t be making that mistake any time again. It will be a while before it’s done. My loss.

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  2. Yep, it looks just about like that. I figured I knew enough to puzzle it out. WRONG. There are some things better left to a mechanic who knows the ins and outs of a motor. Guess that’s why they call them mechanics. I felt as tall as an ant hill when I had to have my Jeep towed in and admit that I had tried a diy that went way wrong. I’m just glad that my mehanic is my sister. Don’t laugh, she makes a hell of a living doing something she loves. Hurts to be her sibling when it comes to the ins and outs of a vehicle!

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  3. It looks good, but it might as well be Greek to me. I think I’m missing the mechanic gene. I have 5 brothers and all of them work on their own cars. If I tried it, I’d be one of those guys who gets finished and has several pieces left over. I have tried! I just find that my talents lay in other areas. Like behind the wheel of my Wrangler! I may not know how to work on it, but I’m confident of my talent to attack and overcome any terrain that I find myself on. I have a mechanic and he’s good. That works for me and gives me more play time too.

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