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Unread 01-08-2012, 11:22 AM   #1
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Power steering conversion picture request

Hey all,
I am working on a Vortec 4.3 swap into my 54 M38A1. Did a little mock fit last night of the whole drivetrain, and my stock steering just isn't going to work (most of you probably already knew that). So, the v6 came out of a 1993 blazer donor truck, while I had it I took the power steering box and all linkage out of the blazer to do a later swap into the jeep. But, it's going to have to be now to get the motor to fit. So, I measured it all out, I think the linkage off the blazer will actually fit right in, the request I have is for some pictures of swaps and what to do about the front crossmember. It's right in the way of where I need to be, hoping someone had some brainy ideas on how to make it all work. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks

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