I had a problem with my 350/205 adapter cracking. I was at a buddy's house who is building a Super Stock (500HP+) truck. It is a Ford with divorced t-case. I noticed that the case was mounted to the frame with an angled brace. There were two holes in the side of the case (similar but not exactly like the ones Chevy uses for the strut rods), and they used these to tie it to the frame. I was wondering about doing the same (but using some sort of bushing to "give" a little). I have enough room to fabricate a bracket to tie to the case and get around my exhaust pipe and tie to the frame using poly bushings. Does anyone think this is a good idea? I am worried because I have a 700 mated to the 205 and since this was not a stock combo, there is no brace available, and I don't think lengthening it will do much especially when I'm truck pulling. Right now I have poly t-case mounts and ORD's offroad motor mounts and don't get much drivetrain flex, but I figure every little bit helps (I don't feel like twisting the 700 case apart).