First what I received, I had to pull the parts but the owner used the loader to move the trucks to the garage and let us use the air tools and tourches to cut every thing out. 1973 Dana 44 Hd 3/4 ton, 8 lug, big (look cool external hubs), 4:10 gears. 1973 14 Bolt 3/4 ton rear, 4:10 gears, both axles rolled good, not seized up 1973 Dana 70 single wheel rear from Ford 1 ton crew cab, 3:73 gears, needed 14 bolt strength but with 44 inch tires wanted more than 5:13 gears, so a Dana 70 was the only choice. Hard to find in single rear wheel style. 1973 NP 205, Turbo 350 style, shifts easy was in working truck 1979 Front drive shaft long enough for my lift, nice and tight on the splines 1978 Turbo 400 with NP 203, 32 spline perfect for the doubler and the shifter works smoothly. And what I traded for all of this good stuff, A 1990 Sidekick, that right an almost worthless sidekick. It was given to the shop for free because of a no start condition. After fixing the rusted fuel pump power feed wire it ran great. But not being Chevy we decided to beet the crap out of it. Over the last year it has been rolled down 30 degree 90 foot hills more than once. Launched off of every cliff we could find and smashed into everything. But with all these beatings it never stoped running. Actually once all the body mounts broke off and the body moved forward and broke the distributer cap but it still ran just really ruff. A little creative use of the torches fixed the clearance problem and a new cap helped it run like new again. This little thing will fit in any spot and goes up hills the K5's can't make. Our K5's would have broken dozens of times by now but this thing just keeps ticken like the energizer bunny. The junk yard saw the sidekick during a delivery to the shop and wanted it for a yard vehical to get parts. With every thing they have, they wanted our little beast but for all of this why not. The sidekick it being replaced with a really rusted 1979 scoutt II to beat to death. Will post pictures tomarrow.