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engine swap 12 v to 24.. v

i got a 95 12 v... lost all its power and its starting to get some miles on it and i wanted to get the 24 v but keep my truck.. besides fuel lines, tranny - transfer case. what else would i have to do to put a 24 in my truck? and how much money

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P-Pump a 24v. You've got some of the parts already.

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P-Pump a 24v. You've got some of the parts already.

Now that's what I would do :agreed: on:

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yea p-pumping the 24v would be your best bet for power and reliability
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i got everything... my buddy bought a parts truck off e bay .. for his 5.9 magnum and whn it got there it was a 1998 24v with 67,000 no tranny, no front end he said i could have the motor for 1,000$ how much engine bay things will i have to change to make it fit? and what else do i have to do ?

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The more important issue here is what are you going to do with the old 12v?

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The more important issue here is what are you going to do with the old 12v?

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Yeah, you should just have to change out the tranny, but you'll want to anyways, its a good time to put in a DTT. Then just buy the p-pump adapter kit, and while you have the motor out, start going to town on it. Make it a real hot rod.
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