And computer wise on late model EFI 350s there can be important 'minor' differences. Generally speaking a 96 or older is easier to swap than a 97 or newer. Mainly because of the VATS - Vehicle Anit Theft System - built into the ignition. So items like this may differ on the car and truck model years right around 96/97 when they were beginning this technology.
[SIZE="4"][COLOR="DarkGreen"][B]KNIGHT6 - '78 CJ5. [/B] [/COLOR] [/SIZE]
Ford 9" x2, Tru-Hi-9 High pinion, 5.14s, 2 detroits,
SOA, D44 'flat-knuckles' High Steer over springs,
Chevy 5.7L Vortec, Ford T-18 with granny-low 1st
37x14.00 Iroks, Warn 9K lb winch,
Metal Fusion tube fenders,full cage frame tie-in, +++