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It's great software and makes this kind of conversion a breeze. It also automagically deals with issues like whether or not you can do a full boil, if you want to do a late extract addition, etc. -- all of which will impact your hop schedule.
And to prove I'm not just trying to be a jerk, here's a conversion chart for the grains: http://www.jessenewcomer.com/blog/archives/38
The big online stores sell Munich LME, but the proportion of munich and 2-row varies. The NB version is 50/50 (http://www.northernbrewer.com/shop/northern-brewer-munich-malt-syrup.html) so to replace 1# of munich you need 0.75# of pure munich LME which means you actually need to order 1.5# of NB Munich LME.
For the 2-row, you need 7.125 pounds of LME, but you already have 0.75# from the Munich, so that leaves 6.375# light LME. (Or 5.1# DME if you prefer.)
You can steep the carapils and C60 in the amounts listed above.
Hops will depend on how you boil. If you do a full boil or late extract addition, you should be able to keep the schedule close to what's there. If you dump everything in at once in the beginning, you'll need to up the bittering charge to get the same IBUs. Again, software is the best bet there.
Good luck. I love this beer.