But what about taking the drive shafts apart at the u joints? Use the actual shaft you need, as it bolts to the pinion by way of the u-joint, and using the yoke you need, by way of again, u-joint. The only issue would be is that if using the new combination would work length wise. Would it require a shorter or longer drive shaft with the 44a than with the 35? and what are the measurements of the two center to center of the u-joints? Taking it a step further, who's to say you couldn't use the a drive shaft from a ZJ or XJ if it uses the same u-joint and is the right length? It is after all, just a driveshaft with a slip-yoke at one end and the slip-yoke is what has to be the proper one spline count wise.
The beatings will continue until attitudes improve!
HID Quad bi-xenon + foglight retrofit