1972 Dodge W-200 Power Wagon318, 4spd Np435, Divorced Np205, 30 spline full float Dana 60 rear, 19 spline Dana 44 front, 4.10 gearsBought the truck for $400 running and driving. It had original springs front and rear, with 6 inches of hanger/shackle lift up front, and 8" in the rear, Sitting on 39"s. The front springs had completely lost their arch and inverted, making the front end closer to 4" of lift. I replaced the stock front leaves with Superlift 4" springs, bringing it up to 10" of lift up front. With 6 degree shims and some grinding on the slip yoke the stock front driveline fits and clears at full flex. It sits level and clears the 39x15x16.5s on 12" wide wheels with no rub, even with flex. With only 4" lift leaves it rides nice. Being fairly flat means there is quite a bit of room for travel. Next i installed Rancho RS500s all around. Steering correction consists of a skyjacker 6" steering arm and a custom draglink using off the shelf tie rod ends and DOM Chromoly, and taper drilled the steering arm so it could bolt from the top, instead of underneath.I also took the Edelbrock RPM intake, Carter AFB 4BBl, and headers/exhaust off the 318 in my yellow D100, and put them on the 318 in this one. With 2" straight duals and Thrush glasspacks at the end it makes plenty of torque to get around town, up the trail, through the mudhole, and back. It also sounds great, but not real loud, which i like.The front bumper came off of a friends 2nd gen cummins. I did some cutting (to both the truck and the bumper), fabricated some 1/4" steel brackets, and bolted it right up. It's made of 1/4 plate steel.With a 6.72:1 1st gear, a np205 1.98:1 low range, and 4.10 diffs, it climbs anything. In low and 1st it maxxes out at about 6 mph.