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    New Member S.C.

    What's going on everyone!? I'm a new member to the forum. I have an 87 Dodge Ram 50 2.0!! It didn't come with lower steering so I purchased a setup to install it on my truck from a MM. I have everything installed except the fan pulley to change it from the single belt Ram pulley to the dual belt MM pulley.. Guess what it won't fit!!! I need help on the option to fix it.. Also any information on the 4g63 swaps would be great! I purchased a fully built motor 700whp I plan on installing so the more knowledge I can receive would be appreciated!! Thanks!!

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    Welcome to the forum.

    Jump in and explore the forum and try posting your request in the gen2 area of the forum for a possibly quicker response. Ask questions and give answers is always welcome here.

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    Thank you for the advice!!

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    Welcome to the site, interested to see your swap being done.
    This sticky should help you out: http://www.mightyram50.net/vbulletin...ap-information
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    U have any pics? Im pretty sure my truck with power steering still uses a single groove water pump pulley. Water pump and alternator run on one belt and the power steering pump runs on another. Both belts then go on the 2 groove crank pulley.

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    I have a pic but idk how to post it here in the forum lol.. Either way if I try going around the water pump or under it my belt for the power steering is still hitting the fan pulley.

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    Could you post pics of the power steering pump , and the belt routing on the pulley?

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