Greetings All, I'm trying to finalize my conversion plans for my 1969 FJ55 and I need to bounce something off everyone to make sure that I haven't taken a wrong turn somewhere. My current plans are to put a late model 6.0L Vortec engine into my FJ-55 connected to a 4L80e automatic transmission and use a NP 241C transfercase to finish it off. It is my understanding that there are NP 241Cs with a passenger side drop that will match up with my axles. My axles (front and rear) are off of a 90's HZJ73 (full-floating rear, front and rear discs, factory e-lockers and 4.10 diffs). Does this sound like a solid combination? I know that my current Toyota 3sp transfer case is held in very high esteem but it seems to me that it was not designed to take the torque that the Vortec will be putting out. Given the cost to rebuild it and buy the appropriate AA adapter it seems to me that I might as well use the money to get a transfer case that is (a) stronger, and (b) designed to bolt on to the 4L80e. Thoughts?