Well, I held the 1st annual Memorial Day Weekend mud bog and car crush at my place last weekend. The Damage was as follows: '78 Chevy SB: Broken T-case Jeep CJ5: Fried clutch Early '80's Ford: Blown Motor Early '70's Ford: Front driveline and broken T-case shifter '77 Blazer: Main bearings starting to go '74 Blazer: Knocking motor '81 Crew Cab: Clutch and coupler sleeve My '85 Chevy: Fried tranny My '76 Truck Blazer: Fried clutch The clutch disc in my friend's '81 Crew Cab was completely gone. All that was left was the metal blade. He spent all day Saturday replacing the clutch. Then he drove it for 15 minutes, and the brand new 4spd-to-205 coupler sleeve (3 days old) shattered again. The clutch in my Truck/Blazer I had just checked out 2 days before when I installed the motor. Flywheel and pressure plate surfaces were clean, and the disc was like new. Now, shreds of the disc are coming out from around the bellhousing and the thing wont move. I didnt even abuse the clutch that much. What would make a good disc disintigrate like that? Oh well, all in all it was fun. Now its time to start doing the repairs.