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05-24-2006 07:37 AM
UNWTRMY 350, and yup, she's got drums all around. Manual steering and breaks, this thing is gonna be a beast to drive haha
05-23-2006 10:24 PM
Blazin72 That's not necessarily the wrong engine. My 72 K5 has the driver side alternator with the same brackets. I've swapped just about everything else out but I've still got the crappy stock alternator brackets. Ha, go figure...

Dont know how many of those trucks came without power steering but a friend of mine had a 68 C10 stepside that had manual steering and manual brakes so it's entirely possible this particular pickup was orignially built this way as well. I'll take a guess and say it's drum brakes up front too...

Is that a 350 or 307?
05-23-2006 07:22 AM
UNWTRMY yeah it was answered in engines. i realized that i posted in the wrong forum. if you read my earlier posts i told the mods they could delete because i was going to repost it in engines. more people responded to this one though
05-22-2006 07:50 PM
lakota Power brake booster is missing also. Alternator is on the wrong side, I think I can just see the tip of the alternator bracket on the other side. That truck had power brakes and steering at one time. That's not the original engine, the dirt is a different color from the frame.
05-22-2006 04:59 PM
poncho62 Whats missing?

The proper year engine....that one is pre 69....................a 71 has the alternator on the other side.
05-22-2006 04:25 PM
steve t problem a quart or 2 of oil
05-22-2006 04:05 PM
powerrodsmike Didn't you get an answer to this same question with a duplicate post in the engine section?
I think Docvette noticed that the power steering pump and hoses were gone.

Go here:
05-22-2006 03:34 PM
UNWTRMY not really getting at anything, just seeing if anyone can see what it is missing. Im fairly new, so I wanted to make sure there wasnt something else missing that I didnt catch. I already know its missin the air cleaner, rad hose, alternator and battery.
05-22-2006 12:35 PM

For all of us dumb donuts can you tell us what you are getting at.
05-22-2006 07:31 AM
UNWTRMY ill tell you what its NOT missing... a Hemi
05-21-2006 10:48 PM
Crazy Mopar Guy I know what's missing!

A powerful engine...?

05-21-2006 05:41 AM
UNWTRMY haha no not really. sometimes people miss the obvious
05-20-2006 11:27 PM
techinspector1 UNWTRMY, is this a trick question???
05-20-2006 08:50 PM
UNWTRMY i got to thinking I posted this in the wrong forum. Mods go ahead and delete this one if you want, ill remake it in Engine.
05-20-2006 06:58 PM
UNWTRMY not really what I was looking for.... but yeah sure why not haha
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