Hey Everyone, My rig has a new(rebuilt)'97 Vortech engine with 4 bolt mains and a factory roller cam(stock). It is however, topped off with an Edelbrock manifold and a Jet Performance Quadrajet NOT fuel injection. It has a TH350 transmission. both engine and trans have about 4600 miles on them and seem to be performing well. The NP203 transfer case is old and may be the culprit, but with all that lovely new horsepower my maximum speed is about 60 MPH, and I have a 3.73 gear ratio and 35" tires. I should be able to cruise at freeway speeds with no problem, but the vibration above 60 is really scary. It feels, and sounds like it's comming from the driveline and not the tires. I do know that my front driveshaft is not balanced(it's been cut and sleeved to lengthen it), but I do have a part time kit and switchable hubs, however I have discovered that the front driveshaft is spinning when driving down the road even though it's disengauged. Is it normal for it to do this? I hope that this is the problem, but that's because a driveshaft is way cheaper than a transfer case. I plan to take out the front driveshaft and see if that helps, but I'm still wondering if the driveshaft should be turning like that. I should also mention that the front shaft isn't turning at low speed. I had a friend visually check to see if it was spinning while I pulled forward at low speed. I am sure it was disengauged, but through the hole where the t-case shifter goes through I can see if the front shaft is spinning, and at highway speed it is definately spinning. I even tried a rubber bungee strap to try to keep it from spinning but it didn't hold it. Thanks for the help! /forums/images/graemlins/1zhelp.gif /forums/images/graemlins/1zhelp.gif /forums/images/graemlins/1zhelp.gif Later, Allan Greenblazer.