Oops didn't realize you had a short bed (work computer is blocking all of your pictures).
Then yes your driveshafts won't work LOL
I'm going to take the 2500 shafts and get the rear one cut and front one lengthened. I will need to do this after the axle swap, though, so I have the right lengths.
You will have to do a write up each day and then edit it so it is in one post. Take allot of pics as this is something someone else will be asking and havent scene it done yet.
I will try to do a bit of a write-up. Although if it is a bolt in as a few have said, a write up won't even be necessary. I honestly think the hardest part will be the manual swap stuff. I have been taking pictures of all the connectors next to what they connect to, I always end up with one or two connectors that I have to test fit everywhere because I can't remember where they go, haha.
I even went so far as to make separate folders for upper intake, lower intake, block, interior, etc for all the connector pictures.
So far I'm ~$400 into parts, with the new clutch, new motor mounts and transmission mount, and today I ordered and intake manifold gasket set. All are just preventative maintenance aside from the clutch.
Just for a break down:
Mounts: $35 each
Trans mount: $25
I will still buy all replacement u-joints for sure, and anything else I see wrong when I pull the engine. I noticed one of the freeze plugs is plugged with a strange looking thing with RTV around it, which worries me a bit. I'll investigate further next time I go out to work on it. Progress during the week will be slow. It's a 20 minute drive to where the truck is and I get off work 30 minutes before it gets dark, so it will mostly be weekend work, unfortunately.