Got my new Tom Woods custom driveshaft today. It is nicely made. It's worth the 379 bucks shipped to my door. It came greased with new Ujoints ready to bolt in. This is my old driveshaft I made out of old junk cobbled together. It worked ok and was fine for mock up and shakedown. Its almost good enough for everyday use and if the splines weren't wore out, or it was off road only it would have been fine. Tom told me to use 8 degree shims for correct pinion angle with the CV driveshaft. You can see i have installed those. Bolts right up to the flange. It was perfect out of the box. I drove it around and all the driveshaft noise is gone as expected, but... The clack when I push in the clutch is still there. Its the gears in the transfer case. I will have to live with it. Its annoying, but at least I know its nothing i have done or can do to remedy short of going dana 300 and centered D44. I am sure many of you do not have this problem, but I do. The adapter from sm420 to D18 is now leaking quite a bit of oil since I changed out the small hole D18 to the large hole d18 and used Novaks adapter for the adapter. It went together real tight and now it leaks. Only way to fix it is to drop the transfer case again. I will do that when I either run the transfer case out of oil or get bored and need a task.