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Default 77 4x4 motor swap and lift questions

I've got a few plans in mind for my truck, but I'd like comments and suggestions. First off its a 77 with a 351M. The old motor in it is about worn out. So my plans are to find a wrecked early 90's model truck and swap everything over. I've been watching craigslist and found a 90 150 with a 302 automatic 4x4. Will the 302 bolt in to my truck fine? Next I want to do a lift. I'm thinking about 4 or 6 inches. What is a good kit to go with and where to buy from. I've been researching and they are saying the steering will need to be converted from a "Y" to a "T" style. What all do I need to make this work and drive right? Thanks
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