Originally Posted by M1Garand
Besides the TJ Rubicon 44's, what other axles of similar strength will be the proper width and easily adapted to my 2000 Wrangler?
Kyle, the Ford 8.8 is a pretty common swap, but can get pretty expensive, and welding is required, of course. I'm in the process of doing one for my YJ. My build thread is below, (although the pictures won't show up until Sept 1st because I'm over my Photobucket monthly limit)
You're welcome to come over and see the 8.8, talk about the swap details, etc, if you want to consider an 8.8. I know your TJ is different, but the swap process is similar.