Howdy guys! I got an interesting PM on a different forum that I frequent -- Fella tells me he has a 92 GMC 1 ton 4x4 truck with an NV4500 / NP241 t-case that he is considering selling, and wondered if I wanted it. If it is within my price range, I do believe I'll pick it up, but I need some advice first. First, seeing as it is a 4x4 tranny, I need to figure out what I want to do for t-cases. Stock, it has the driver's drop t-case, and of course, i've got a pass side drop. So my first option, which may be the easiest / cheapest would be to buy and install a Ford front diff, and get driveshafts made up for the truck. Second option is to replace the t-case with a 205. I've got a divorced 205 sitting in my shop, which I do believe is a 32 spline case. I hear I am able to cut down the 4x4 output shaft 1/2 and inch or so, and have an aluminum adapter made to bolt the 205 straight up to the NV4500, with it being the exact same length as my SM465/205 combo is right now, so I wouldn't need new driveshafts. However, there are potential roadblocks both ways. Who knows if a Ford diff bolts straight up to my Chevy or not, and how much driveshafts might cost. And apparantly there can be issues with driveshaft to external slave cylinder clearance (I've already got a hydro clutch, no worries there), plus the cost of that little adapter for the 205, and how to bolt the 205 shifter up. Which do you guys feel would be the best course of action? Or should I maintain my original plan of waiting till I find a 2wd NV4500, and use it with the divorced 205?