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Need to no where the 2 vacuum lines go that come out of the front punkin.I put 93 running gear in my 86.the 86 didnt have any vacuum lines.Theres also a 2 wire plug that i need to no about. the 4 wheel drive doesnt engadge.Also can i use my locking hubs? the 93 didnt have locking hubs.

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