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You're probably not gonna find an off-the-shelf kit, or at least not an off-the-shelf kit that anybody bothers to advertise. If anybody would know about cross-compatibility it would be Piers.
I don't see what the difference would be between a 1st gen turbo kit and a 2nd gen turbo kit, though... I wouldn't think that clearances would be any different? First gens have a kind of funny frame, maybe the air conditioner gets in the way... You'd probably have to bend or bang on at least one pipe to get it to fit.
I am not obsessed with Sarah Jarosz.
here is a pic of the truck without the bed on it we had to cut the bed to fit...and the bed was cut off a 72 ramcharger.. here ios a set of 63 inch chevy rear springs that we are going to put in the rear to replace the stock 48 inch springs.... good ol cummins...........
78 dodge power wagon 4x4 cummins swap, full fuel screw turned up, denny t fuel pin, smoke srew cranked, k&n custom intake, making 28 lbs of boost
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