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Putting a 97 7.3 into a 99 truck?

Hi guys, I'm new here and have some questions about a swap I'm thinking of doing. Any help is greatly appreciated.

I have a 99 that needs a motor. Will a 97 work if I put all the external stuff from the 99 onto the 97 motor? Both are standard transmissions BTW.
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Sure. intake plenums, manifolds, uppipes, turbo, plug the mechanical fuel pump hole on the top of the motor, few other things but why not.. a friend of mine just did it on his 01 truck put a 97 international in it.
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