I'm doing the fixed yoke conversion on an 80 205. Got some questions though. 1. The speedometer cable sticks out the opposite side my 203 does. Is it just a matter of getting an 80 model cable so it'll reach? 2. This case also has about an 1/8th" of slop on the front output. Is this normal? Chiltons gives specs for end play on everything but the front output shaft. How do you set the end play anyways? Should I worry about it? 3. What are the rubber plugs for on the top and side of the t-case? 4. The slip yoke shaft had a groove for a snap ring to hold the large ball bearings in place. The fixed yoke shaft doesn't have this groove. The only way to keep it in there is to let the end yoke (flange) slide against it (the bearing) and let the 150ft/lbs of torq applied at the flange bolt keep it in place. That seems like a lot of side pressure on the bearings so I'm thinkiing this can't be right. 5. I can't figure out how exactly the shifter attaches to the shift rail or shift bar (the flat bar that goes between the shift rods) Can somebody explain this or have some pics? 6. Observation- I have 2 cast rear housings where the speedometer cable goes into the case. One has no threads and the other does. Glad I'm using the one that is threaded cuz the lil speedometer shaft won't even slid into the hole in the other one. Weird- Also, the extruded "L" casting thingy on the back of these housings are on opposite sides. The "L" seems to grab the oil from the rear main gear and channel it into the speedometer assembly inside this cast piece. Any insight on why they'd put this in different locations?