well, i was on the trail today when suddenly i hear "clunk; thud thud thud thud..." i pull right over to inspect and to my utter surprise, there is half of my transfer case setting on the ground. the part i'm talking about is where the two drivelines connect (the rest of it was still bolted to the transmission). being the detective that my friend and i are, we discover that 3 of the four bolts holding the front driveshaft had come out of the flange. we decided that after this happened, the drive shaft spun around the remaining bolt until it bound itself up nicely and then SNAP! half of the tcase sitting on the ground. now the question is: do i just replace it? do i get me a 4speed trans and case now? do i get me a 4speed trans and mate it to a nice new 3speed case? do i get me a sm420 with a 3speed case? do i get me a sm420 with something like a np205? or do i buy groceries this month and wait for a later time to fix it? any idea what i could get a 3speed case for? how about a 4speed trans AND a 3 speed case (then i would sell the 3speed trans). any idea how inexpensively i could do anything at all for? what would you guys do?