I have got a problem with our rear driveshaft that needs a solution, so I turn once again to the board. Here's the deal. We have a '63 fj40 with all chevy running gear (350, sm465, np205). The truck retained the stock fj axles. We are attempting to use a front driveshaft off a '74 chevy 1/2 ton pickup as our rear driveshaft. When we first looked at it, it appeared that everything would line up as the yoke from the np205 fits over the 369 joints on the driveshaft. However, now that we have had the deiveshaft cut down to fit and got it up to the truck, we have realized that the bolt holes on the cv joint and the yoke don't line up. They are off by maybe 1/4", but nonetheless, it won't line up. I've been at the junk yard all day scavenging for a yolk with the correct spline count (32) and the right bolt hole dimensions and can't find one. I then tried an auto parts store and looked in their spicer book to cross reference the yokes to see if there even is one that fits our application, to my knowledge such a part does not exist. What do I do. We need the cv because of the severe angle in the rear, even after turning the rear end up. What did everyone else do? Has anyone out there run into this problem? Thanks in advance for all help. It is greatly appreciated.