I've got a couple of good questions here... The NP205 looks like it has interchangeable rear output shaft types and locations. First, would a fixed-yoke tailhousing from a Dodge 205 bolt straight up a Chevy 205, or would it take internal mods? Second, with that 8-bolt cover over the back side of the front output shaft, are there actually provisions for an offset rear output shaft? My thought on this one is using centered-pumpkin axles front and rear, maybe 2 1/2 tons, and going for a monster truck type rig, with a suspension cradle that doubles as a skidplate for the t-case. I am, of course, aware that 2wd would be lost with a setup like this. I'm a fan of the adjustability of air bags, as well as their long-travel availability (up to 18"). I've long been planning to build a rig using air bag suspension, and if there are splines behind that plate, I think it'd work nicely, because even the milder 12" travel air bags are 9" tall at the bumpstop.