Read through Glenn's build. He did exactly this....My thought is go for the shortest one possible to keep the rear driveshaft as long as possible. I know there are some issues with the proximity of the shift rails to the 4L60E pan. Would either one of these kits be better than the other for interference with the shift rails? Sorry for all of the questions, but I don't want to spend a bunch of money and get the wrong parts.
Do the extra work. If the transfer case is hanging down much further than the pan your wasting space.Spoke to Clayton at Novak. He said the adapter they use has holes to allow 7 degree clocking from each position. It looks like Glenn's only had the 6 holes. See attached photo. Would clocking 7 degrees down from the flipped position make the needed difference without sacrificing too much ground clearance?
I have been looking at every option I can think of. I looked at the Stak replace a case for the Dana 300. This coverts the case to a driver side drop. I tried calling them, but they hard to contact.Do the extra work. If the transfer case is hanging down much further than the pan your wasting space.