Truck was parked, broken down, at the end of my block for about a week. I left a note on the windshield, saying that I was interested in it. The city put a tow sticker on it. He called me. Scored an 87' silverado K-5 with 81K on it, for $100. Had smoked rear U-joint at the diff yoke. Shaft was hanging down on the street. I yanked shaft and duct taped a bag over the tailshaft housing. Has an early injection system, with a throttle body and two injectors mounted in the middle. One of them isn't working. I turned the idle up just high enough to keep it running. It wouldn't move. Quick inspection revealed that the trans fluid tube had worked it's way loose, and let fluid piss out. I wrestled the tube in, added a couple quarts of ATF, and it was rolling. The guy about [I love Jeeps] when I drove it away less than an hour after being handed the title. /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif Now the questions. It has my 700R/NP208 combo in it. I've been advised that I have to move my motor mounts forward 1-3/4" to keep my drive lines the same. Do I still have to do this if I use the 87's shafts? The 87 has rotten floors, but the quarters are much cleaner than mine. Is there a good write-up on detaching and rehanging quarters? 87 has a tilt column, but there's lots of slop in it. What can I do to tighten it up, I'd like to have tilt. The front clip is almost as clean as mine, and I like the square beams better than my 7" rounds. The 87's inner fender wells are shot, and mine are new, will my inners bolt up to the 87 fenders? I'd also like to replace the lights in the dash panel, mine are pretty dim. Is there an easy way to get behind it. I gave it a whirl once, but the dash didn't want to slide forward, like the speedo cable was too tight. Advice? The two barrel, kinda-injected system runs the 350 real well. Can I put that manifold/carb on my 400? Any benefits or caveats? Thanks in advance folks.