scout axel vs waggie
One other way to check, that it is a Scout axle, besides the 8 bolts for the spindle, on the passenger side the spring perch and the inside U-bolt groove looks to be made into the pumpkin housing. So the spring perch and part of the diff housing will need to be ground off or cut out to use the setup to move the spring perch, your spring prech isn't off by itself on the axle assy, like the drivers side. So on a scout axle if you don't out board the springs, you need to cut the long side (drivers side) of the tube/axel shaft about 3 1/2-3 7/8 inches off, to make it shorter, to use the scout spring perch/pumpkin housing set up, with out alot of grinding/cutting to the housing.
PM me, I have a cell phone picture of what mine scout axle looks like on the passenger side with the 8 bolts for spindle and the spring perch/u-bolt. I cut my axle, so that I could use the scout u-blot grooves on the housing and just cut off the spring perch to add a 2" one onto the axle. On the scout, you will have to (should) re-clock the (C) ends (spindle/ball joint assy, tie rod, fastens to) of the axles, the scouts have (0-degree caster), so the steering wheel may not return back to the center position after turning or going into/out of turns, especially with larger tires, lift kit etc, you will have the jeep wanders (road crazy steering) with the steering. Their are alot debates on caster setting, it may depend on your axle and tire setups. I went with 7 degrees positive, when I cut my axle, if needed I could add the spring shims.
Hope this helps.