Hey I'm orange now, that was fast. Finially bit the bullet and paid my quarter. /forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif My bro's 77 Jimmy has a 203 that I don't think is going into lock in high or low. Or maybe it is only going into high or low lock??? I've never used one of these myself. It feels like there are only 3 positions for the stick: high, low, and neutral. Any ideas? Secondly, he has manual hubs on it and we're debating whether it's more effecient to run with them locked or unlocked (with front wheels applying force to the ground or front end freewheeling). Anyone know? Also, I have another 203 in a parts truck that I was told had a part time kit installed. Is there any way I can verify this externally? The truck is... shall we say "sans engine" at the moment. /forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif Last question, I read through the 203 part time conversion kit review. Looks good but is also pricey to do right. What would be the more economically sound (cheap) way to go, doing the conversion or swapping in a 205? He's got a 350 tranny and the 203 is a fixed yoke, slip shaft. Thanks!