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    Will this fit???

    I have the 85 Ram 50 with G63b motor with no extras no emissions.

    I'm pretty sure a G54B will fit I have found this: "Currently installed in an 86 4wd Dodge D50. Runs great, new head in the last 10k miles. It started burning some oil after the head swap but not too bad. Comes with a Weber 32/36 carburetor that is tuned very well for this engine. Come hear it run and I will remove from the truck. The only reason I'm offering this for sale is because I will be installing a 4g64/63 turbo engine."
    Does that sound right? Will I need a computer for it? Or anything more on my stripped down rig? It looks good and would sure solve a lot of problems if its a direct fit.
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    Will this 5speed trans "Dodge D50 5 speed manual transmission. 21 spline output, and 20 spline input. This shows no witness marks of ever having been installed, see pics. Research tells this fits 82-89 Dodge D50. Please research and make sure that this will fit your application. All the info I have on this is listed or pictured." fit that motor and my rig as is? or will I have to change the drive shaft? They show a pic with these numbers stamped on the case in ink; 9C42354 NL I haven't contacted them to ask any questions yet.
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    the 2.6 will fit, the 5 spd will work IF it is a wide bolt pattern and the motor is from a 5spd truck. You may have to shorten the driveshaft and modify or change the cross member.
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    I'm not hopeful the guy with the motor hasn't responded.

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    The motor guy finally responded he said it gets 19-21 mpg's,(not much better than my 3.9L) is a "wide block engine" and that he has a KML45 5 spd transmission. He also said he would be keeping the flywheel. How difficult is that going to be to replace?

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    they are all over ebay - there are 2 different ones though - one for a 225 mm clutch and one for a 240 mm clutch. Size diameter is the same - the difference is where the holes for the pressure plate are drilled
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