Waggy axle would give me a 6 lug pattern, no? I'd end up mismatched with the rear being an 8.
Absolutely. On the flip side, you could run adapter-spacers to match the width to the rear 8-bolt axle and match lug patterns on the narrow-track Waggy LP44.
Or do the LP60 that I mentioned, and you'd have the 8-bolt from the get go. 35 spline carriers are plentiful. Not sure about outers, though.
Or run a semi-float 14b? I believe a bunch came in 6-bolt. But that's not worth it just to match patterns.
A word of caution that I'm sure you're already aware of: narrower track full-size axles, like the narrow C&C 14bolt you mentioned earlier with it being approx 63" WMS-to-WMS, make it a lot more difficult to package everything you need onto the axle tubes (coil mounts, links etc) because of the size of the differential and the way that the spindles and backing plates etc take up more real estate than, say, your average TJ D44.
(I know more about axles than I do wiring motors.
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