Formula: 1 Chevy NP208 + 1 Dodge NP208 + 1 modified case piece from K10ANDYKHAMNIC = Longer driveshaft - no slip yoke binding + ability to run without a rear driveshaft This adds a good 6" to the driveshaft. I did a rebuild at the same time, so I needed parts for this. The only other part I needed was a Dodge speedometer gear, since these parts are not interchangable from Chevy to Dodge. This gives a comparison of the Stock style (left) to the modified version, even though the case on the right it empty. Modifications Andy did to the case include: -New drain plug up high in the Chevy location (Dodge puts it down lower) -Threaded acceptor for support rod bolts (Dodge doesn't use the bellhousing to T-case support rods) -New bung to accept the shift rod on the inside of the case. For a driveshaft, I used part of a 91 3/4-ton Suburban shaft. The sub uses a two-piece shaft, but a K5 is about half a block shorter, so I only used one piece, the one with the slip splines. It uses the 1350 U-joints, too. This is actually within an inch or so of being the right length with my 14B s/f rear end. I just ripped off all of the carrier bearing stuff.