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Old June 24th, 2008, 02:35 PM   #1
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I know alot of you have done the Chevy V8 swap into your rigs...How did you handle the power steering? I just blew a hole in one of the lines!! Whick port is the feed port in the Jeep box (91 yj)? Could i have the lines switched? Need help ASAP!!!! I have the original jeep box going to a GM pump?
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well, jeep used both gm steering boxes (until the 03 TJ i believe) and pumps through 90.

so there shouldn't be any problem with running a gm engine.

on mine, i used the factory box, the pump for the engine and the factory hoses.
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do you happen to know which port is the feed? Is it the one closest to the engine? I am afraid that i have them switched.
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