Adjustments to the YJ column
After a lot of research, a trip to the local locksmith, a trip to Chrysler, I have figured out how to deal with the issue.
The retention of the ignition cylinder tumbler into the column. The column was a pre 91' it had a single cut key and was secured by a torx screw, my standard column was a non-tilt 93'. The tilt column cylinder had a groove that was milled into the body that the torx screw secured into the column. As both cylinders worked in the column but were retained differently, I measured the barrels a determined the groove dimensions on the old cylinder transferring those dimensions to the new cylinder and then using a carbide tipped cutter on a dremel tool, duplicated the groove.
Now I have the double cut key ignition cylinder original to the 93' and fits all my doors, secured in the column by the torx screw.
The steering wheel lock pin was another story, disassembled the upper column shrouds, got down to the tilt section and the ignition gear rack, the steering wheel locking pin utilizes a very special bent spring to align and return the pin to its home position, it also helps the ignition cam gear to move the pin forward in the lock position. This spring needs to be inserted into a slot on the ignition cam gear to make sure that it returns and retracts in the (start/on position) and advances into the lock plate when you lock the column. It is tricky especially removing the spring off the pin but is do-able.
Bottom line, ignition is in, cylinder won't fall out, jeep is keyed alike for all locks, 1 key, and the steering wheel locks when not in use, peace of mind. Benefit tilt, intermittent wipers, and a completely rebuilt steering column.