Ok, as I posted in another thread called "Tremendous Personal Sacrifice" I picked up a doubler setup for my 76 Blazer. My setup is a 350/700r4/NP203 range box/NP205. I assembled it and went to install it but ran into floorboard clearance problems. I had to cut a hole in the center tunnel like this: Now I have no clearance problems but it was irritating since I really only needed about a half an inch and would've been good to go as illustrated in these two pics: Once I got it installed, I noticed a couple of things. Although the doubler setup sits level on the ground, and the two adapters seem to be level on the bottom, once you get it installed it hangs down at a considerable angle. I was trying to figure out what kind of crossmember setup I wanted to settle on. I thought about using the stock one up front, as you see in the pics, and another stock one in the rear. I had to cut a notch in the rear one to accomodate the NP205 hanging down a bit. But, I found out that with the angle I would have to fab up some custom rubber mounts to handle the reduced space between the rear adapter and the crossmember. Here is the angle now with just the front crossmember done: My question for you folks who have done a doubler, what did you do for a crossmember? Any pictures would be great. I also noticed that the front output looks like it might not have to have the crossmember cut and looped, but I don't have the front driveshaft available yet to put up to see.