I feel trouble right now. I got a call from a friend, who is concerned with prior dealing. I sold him a 10-spline NP205 T-case and his friend a TH400 transmission with a 203 T-case last year. The projects are slowly coming together. He called me today, concerned because he was told by someone that the T-case I sold him was not a 205 but a 203. Now, I may not be the most knowledgable person, but I know the difference between a 203 and a 205. I KNOW for a fact I dropped off a 10-spline NP205 T-case that came out of a truck I drove. I personally picked it up and set it down alone. Im not strong enough to do that with a 203. Here's the part I'll have issues with. They had a 27-spline NP203 t-case there already. I had told him it was a chain driven 203 in the past. So, I know the same facts that he knows. They have 3 transfer cases, two individual and one behind the 400. They both say they remember the one they had bought previousely, and it was the one he found out was a 205. And the one I dropped off individually was a 203. I will stake all that I own that I sold and delivered a 205 transfer case. I offered to go out there tomorrow and positively ID what I gave them. But, I have a feeling that no matter what I say, it sounds like they have it in their minds that the T-case they had prior was the 205. So, what am I supposed to do? They trusted me in good faith and I trusted them as well. I know I wouldn't even mistakenly given the wrong T-case because I know what one and the other is. I'll go out there and tell them exactly the truth, and what I know. But what if my word is accused of being false. I know I'm right, I'll stake my faith in God and everything I own, all my Dana 60s and rigs on that... but sometimes one persons word has no way of being proven. I'm bothered by this, because I know I haven't by any means tried to screw anyone over, and I want to maintain friendships.