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    What to get rid of...

    Hey guys, need some help here... Im planning to put a 3.4 block in my 87 blazer but before I finalize things I want to clean up the compartment, so I'm wondering, what little things i could get rid of, hard parts/wiring. I want it functional but cleaned up and if anyone has pics of their clean engines that would be great.

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    Jeff

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    Your best bet is to get it in and functional before you start removing wiring or other components. Most things are easier to remove after the engine is in than to replace/rewire something you removed and realized later you actually needed it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nite Dragon View Post
    Your best bet is to get it in and functional before you start removing wiring or other components. Most things are easier to remove after the engine is in than to replace/rewire something you removed and realized later you actually needed it.
    this and you can always run the wires through the fenders and put some GM factory plugs from the junk yard on the wires in case you need to remove the fenders
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