Alright here is my 1985 S10 after my work yesterday. I pulled the 10 bolt out. Replaced it with my 14 bolt FF in spring over fashion. Its sitting on some 245/75/16s in the picture(tires off my now junked Suburban). The closer I got to installing the axle, the more I realized how easy it would be to get this rig rolling... After it was under there, my dad is now HOUNDING me to change project directions. He wants me to put some slightly deeper backspacing rims on it, lift it a bit more, and drive it on the street/trail. The body is so nice thats why this idea is prompted. The idea was: Truggy 383 TH350 Doubler 4 link rear 5.13 gears in the 60 and 14 bolt with detroits 39.5" IROKs. Now my thought is: full body 383 700R4 241(I have both of these so no added cost) the high pinion 60 and 14 bolt, but 4.10 gears and maybe an ARB up front. 36x12.50x16.5 TSLs Hummer H1 rims Dad wants me to drive it till the body damage is so bad, then go truggy. I love the way he thinks sometimes. This direction would save me from buying a tow rig and trailer, though I will have to insure and get this rig inspected(neither being difficult). That and it will give me the step in between full blown hardcore trail and street. As of yet, I've owned a few stock rigs and wheeled them hard on little trails. I was kind of skipping the whole, street/trail segment of the offroading experience.