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CAn a regular cooking system be put in a 1989 Jeep Cherokee rather then the pressurized one. If so is it a major job or problem?

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Cooking system??? lol you mean cooling system right? nyeah I wish to find this out for myself....but there is a cross member that sit over the radiator that would prevent having a radiator cap located there and the standard width of 2" inches would have the radiator cut into the radiator fan. so my guess is that without a custom fabricated front clip we are doomed to deal with this retarded cooling system.

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