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Old 05-16-2005, 12:16 PM
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Default putting an lc2 in my 85 gn

ive got a wrecked 86 ttype, and a straight 85 gn that needs the tranny and motor rebuilt

i want to put the lc2 motor and tranny in the 85.

will this be difficult?

should i pay some one else to do this for me?

the intercooled car's motor and tranny need to be rebuilt as well

what would be the best thing for a slightly mechanically inclined person to do?
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