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05-22-2006 07:58 PM
Will my Buick 350 (1970) fit into my 1984 Chevy K10?

Hi Everyone...I am new to this so please bare with me! I have a 1970 Jeep J3000 with a completely rebuilt Buick 350 in it that I have not put any miles on. I also bought a 1984 Chevy K10 (my woods truck ) that came with a Chevy 305. Well the 305 has blown.. I need to know if I can take the Buick 350 and put it in the Chevy?? I know the bell housing is different and I will need an adapter for that, but how hard will it be with the motor mounts? I have been looking at brand new crate motors, but if I can switch this one over it would be great! Thank You for any help I receive!!

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