It's cool to keep these rigs on the road especially when the PO's went through the trouble to maintain them like yours has obviously been. And you can never have enough friends to share the love. Thanks for the request
An EGR for a 440 is getting to be tough to find. even at local parts stores. Have your parts guy look at the 403 dodge. Both the 440 and 403 used the same configuration for several years. If you have a local scrap yard you might get lucky there. I'm not sure about E-bay. but thats another option.. I have gotton luck a few times with thw 318 dodges by cleaning the EGR and it malfuctioning due to excessive carbon build up.
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