i have an 80 model k-5 with a th-350 and a np 205 stuck on the back of it.....i want to put in a th400 and i have a 2wd short tailshaft 400 and i also have a 52 dodge power wagon with a divoriced np 200 in it ...it has the passenger side front drop and all......i've even learned they both have a 1.96:1 ratio..its hard to find the 400 adapter around here and wonder would the 2wd 400 with the divorced np-200 be as stought....my goal is eventually a sm465/205 but they are about as hard to find as the 400 adapters.would my single stick np 205 shifter fit on the dual stick np200? they look awefully close when viewed from the front with the 2 slider pins and all... just that the np200 has a shifter attached to each pin instead of the bar that runs between them like the shifter on the 205 has that the shifter connects too...or do you think i would like the twin sticks better if i went that route? i know i would have to do something about drive shafts as the 80 model 205 has the drive shaft that sticks up into a tailshaft section bolted on the transfer...last year for 205's in 1/2 tons i've been tol...i was going to use the drive shaft out of the m-37 and have it shortened and buy what ever yoke i need for the rear dana 60 to make it fit (it has 1 1/4" caps and the tube is about 4 1/2-5" diameter...is it to much work ...should i wait until i find the sm465 and 205 with fixed yoke and do it once and be done with it? would that be better since auto's suck in the mud anyway?!! my friends laughed because i carry a fire extinguisher...they haven't said a word since i have put out about 3 of their rigs bucause it blows the front pump out...i haven't done it yet but i feel her starting to slip on me!!