I am currently in the process of swapping a new bed on my truck. A few days ago, I took my truck out to see how good I could throw roost with no bed in the way. After fooling around long enough to thoroughly cover everything, I drove into a deep and goey mud hole. I've driven through it many times, but not in the last 6 or 8 months. I guarantee no one else did either. I had to spin the tires in forward just to get down into it. I couldn't even get my back tires all the way into the hole before movement ceased. I mashed the skinny pedal pretty hard in forward, then in reverse, the in forward again. I could move about a foot and my front bumper was touching on the pass side and a few inches above the mud on my side. My 44" TSLs were almost covered with goey, not soupy, mud. One more hard romp in reverse brought a POP and revving of the motor. I tried all the different gears and Tcase positions. Nothing. A Warn winch on the back of my buddy's Blazer pulled my out after we double lined it and tied him off to a tree. He flat towed me home and a few days later I took it apart. Bottom line was a broken output shaft on my SM465. Since I am already running my spare 205 Tcase, I was relieved to see where the breakage was because I have a spare tranny. Anyone have a TH400 Version 205 they can sell me? I understand that this is a rare occurence, but if I broke it with my 350....what's gonna happen when I finish the roller cam 468?