Don't waste money on the D35. For the amount of $$$$ you'd be putting into the axle you can have a really nice set-up with an 8.8, D44, or a D60 (if you looked hard).
A full floater keeps the weight of the tires off the axle shaft. Meaning the shaft is now only using the torque from the driveline to turn the wheels. This is great if you have large diff components, but the D35 does not. Still gonna sheer ring and pinions, bend tubes, etc.
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95 YJ, D30/8.8 w/ 4.88s, SOA, 35x14.50x16.5 Pit Bull Mud Dawgs, 101" Wheelbase, Custom Front Bumper, Winch, Custom Rear Tow Points, Traction Bar, Aussie Locker in front, 20 Gal. Gas Tank modification, Hurculiner Tub, Custom Rear Bumper, SYE and CV shaft, BTF Cross-over Steering, RCI 2191 fuel cell, BTF Rockers, RE 1.5" SOA springs up front and XJ springs in the rear
Down the line a bit...engine swap, the list goes on.