The bench is as clean as it gets : But since an empty bench abhors a vacuum and will collapse into anti-matter, I decided to spread out the future drivetrain and take inventory: Starting from the engine. Standard BOP Bellhousing that still needs a cleaning: Next is a T18 bearing retainer turned down to fit the bellhousing, allen bolts, and the right pilot bushing for Ford to Buick (from Novak): Then a 1980 Ford 2wd T18 that still needs to be cleaned and disassembled: A rebuild kit for the T18 (from Novak): And a T18 to large hole Dana 18, 6 spline adapter (also from Novak). Really nice looking stuff: Large hole Dana 18 (clean!): Twin stick conversion from an older D18. The interlock stays out: Large yoke for the front of the transfer case to upgrade from the tiny V6 joints: Empty parking brake: Parking brake rebuild kit: Dana 18 rebuild kit (from Novak): Original Warn overdrive with a rusty bowl gear but otherwise in good shape (that needs cleaned ): New bowl gear and rebuild kit for the Warn overdrive (from Advance Adapters): And last but not least, a 29 tooth, 6 spline input gear if I don't want to run the overdrive for some reason (from ebay): So what actual work did I do on the Jeep toniight? I pulled the single lever shift rod out of the transfer case: ....and that's it. I'll do the springs this weekend and start putting the transfer case together before I tear into the transmission and overdrive. I'm still waiting on one motor mount.