The write up is actually pretty simple lol.
I started by unbolting the driveshaft and removing it and the center support bearing bracket.
Then I proceeded to unhook the speedometer cable and any harness connectors on the trans.
Unbolted the slave cylinder.
Disconnected shifter lever.
Unbolted trans crossmember and mount.
Lowered trans to ground.
The ka trans will HAVE to have the shifter removed.
I cut the hole for the shifter open towards the rear and additional 6-8 inches and about an 1in total in width more than the already existing hole.
I unbolted the pressure plate and dropped it and the clutch out.
Then I proceeded to lifting the trans into place.
Jacking up on the rear of the engine helped alot here.
Once the trans is sitting on the main crossmember, I then installed the clutch and pilot tool and bolted in the pressure plate.
Wiggle trans forward for bellhousing mating.
Remove the speedo sleeve and install into KA trans.
Reconnect the speedo cable and any wiring/sensors.
Basically done at this point. The only thing to do here is to either fab a mount/crossmember or dremmel the holes SLIGHTLY farther back to make everything bolt up properly.
Then you are onto the slave cylinder and driveshaft.
The slave will have to be from an s chassis as the hose is mounted to the slave a little different and the 720 slave will hit the bellhousing stopping it from being able to bolt up.
The driveshaft, in my case, 2wd KC, will need shortened roughly 4in.
Shifter access is easily achieved after enlarging this hole in the tunnel so you can fill the trans once the driveshaft is in.
Install shifter plate.
I do not know how much of this can be used with a 4wd nor do I know if any measurements will be the same.
Attempt at your own risk.