so my buddy eric (72 sac) and i went to the junkyard today and found a 79 k20 burb. pulled the 10b and 14bff for install on my 74poj. well, the k20 also had a sm465 and np205. the 74poj, aka piece of junk, runs a rebuilt turbo 350 with less than 100 miles and a 203. after almost 2 years of ownership the poj is gonna be a daily driver within the next 2 weeks, got a new block with all the goodies on the way. current dd for the last 5 years is a straight stock 95 pk with heavy duty 5 speed, so i'm used to the shifting. and i love the creeper gear. i've wheeled plenty with a clutch in jeeps i used to own, so i know what i'd be getting into in that aspect. so here's the questions. how bullet proof are the 465/205? neither one seemed to shift great in the k20 on blocks, they did lock into gear though. think there might have been something missing in the linkage, clutch pedal stayed on the floor when pushed. i've read the article in the tech forum on the 350/465 swap. so, who's done it? how hard is it? what pitfalls should we look for? we're shade tree mechanics, one decent-me, one very good-eric. if they turn out to be junk can two shade tree mechanics rebuild them? junkyard wants $75 for the 205, $85 for the 465, and i've got a buyer lined up for the rebuilt 350. the're complete from the bellhousing to the shifters. i want the 4 speed bad, but not sure if it's worth the trouble.