If you use an adapter, there are several Tcases that can be used.....you are limited by only by how much $ you want to spend & how much you want to change/fab to make it work. The driver's side pumpkin on the front axle limits choice, too.
If you are changing axles, your best course is to decide which ones (& what side they hookup at) and go from there.
You can get a Jeep NP231 for pretty cheap that will be a bolt in & work w/ your current driveshafts. Add an 8.8 ford rear & that's good thru 33inch tires at least.
Check your local 4x4 club for killer deals.
probably out breaking stuff.