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Unread 10-08-2013, 10:17 AM   #1
ckyaj
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1980 CJ7 
 
Join Date: Aug 2013
Location: Hebron, IN
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Hey guys, I am new on here and sorry if im reposting something that has been posted 100 times i looked couldnt find anything that answered all my questions.

1. I am looking to install a chevy 350 fuel injected with a turbo 350 trans and keep my dana 300 TC. The motor i am looking at buying comes with an ALT but no power steering pump or braking equip. Am I able to reuse stuff from my org cj7 or do i have to buy all new stuff that is specific for the motor.

2. What is a good price for a GM 350 FI included with a ALT and computer. Motor was running when taken out of truck. Seller claims injectors and everything are good.

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