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Old 06-17-2010
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302 in my b3

I am a few weeks from starting my project and I am planning my best route. I need to know how difficult it is to pull the cab from the frame. My valve covers have been leaking for a while and I don't really want to crawl all under this thing. The second is that this is a 94 which has the chassis and engine wired together. I am planning to pull the under hood power dist. box from my explorer.and power my computer from it and leave my spark and fuel on the old power dist box . Does anyone see any problems with this. I was hoping to avoid splicing into the old wiring.
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I have determined that the cab is coming off so I have put the intake and wiring back on the motor . this will also allow for the motor and trans to go in together
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can anyone tell me if i need a dual sump oil pump for the dual sump pan and is it high volume or high pressure. what pump should I use ?
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