I just made a deal on an '83 1-ton 4x4 Dually single cab truck for $1200. It had a mishap where some kids drove it over a gas can on the ground, and the gas ignited and burned the firewall/cab. It has a Dana 60 front, Dana 70 dually rear, 454 with headers, TH400 and NP205. Motor was supposedly rebuilt not too long ago, but I'd re-gasket it and check it out. My plow truck is an '87 SRW 1-ton 4x4 regular cab with a utility bed on it. 2 years ago, I robbed the 60 front out of it for another rig. Last winter, the motor started knocking, and I sold it as a core with all the TBI stuff. Recently since it's apart, I took the round pattern 205 out of it to try adapting it to an NV4500 tranny for another rig. So, right now, I have an '87 1-ton 4x4 with a 44 front, no motor, tranny or T-case, a cracked frame up front (badly cracked I might add) and bad rear brakes. But the 14 bolt rear has a factory posi. If I swap my '87 body onto the '83 frame, I'd have a Dually plow truck. I'm not a big Dually fan, but having two more rear tires would aid in traction, though I'd be losing my posi. Plus, Id have to buy two more snow tires. /forums/images/graemlins/thinking.gif I could run my SRW 14 bolt, and convert the front to single. What would you do? Go dually? Or stay single?