Dangit, As always, things get worse before getting better. Was just outside cleaning up the threads for the diff cover bolts, and trying to extract one broken one, and noticed when I got the cover off that now the gear oil is away from the magnet at the bottom of the case. There is something long and thin stuck to it. So I pull the piece out, clean it off with a paper towel, long thin sliver of shiny metal, obviously machined. Not good. Spin the carrier around, sure enough, part of the governor assembly for the gov-lock, the actual piece with the flyweights that runs off of the small gear in the carrier, stripped off. It's part of the teeth that get driven by that gear in the carrier. So I'm sure it doesn't work right. Of all things it looks like a manufacturing defect, but the previous owner said he drove it on the street in his truck before going one ton, and his truck is on 39's or something, so I'm speculating it was probably *abused* on the street with big tires. Everything else looks fine in there, and being the glutton for punishment I am, I wouldn'd mind replacing this piece. Of all places, the 1982 S10 service manual I have shows how to remove the piece, and it's fairly easy, although I don't have a tool to push the piece out, I'm sure it won't be hard to make something. So anyways, after all that rambling, anyone with a 14SF carrier that doesn't mind parting with it or pieces, I'm in the market. GM sells it, but it comes as a kit, and I only need this piece. If not, I'll start looking for an open carrier and a limited slip to drop in it.