Try the ratios on this table for 55mph running speeds. A CJ is brick shaped so 55mph is as much as you can hope for without burning a lot of petrol.
4.10 will stretch to a 33" tyre but may be marginal on economy and acceleration for a 35" as you are driving a lot of metal forwards at only 2,200 rpm. You would then find you had to drop to 3rd gear to accelerate and live with a limited and uneconomical top speed as the engine struggles to accelerate and maintain speed.
4.56 is a better range of ratio.
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