If you are asking those questions, I doubt you are ready for it...
And if you are only running 35s, thats too much axle. As Toxic said, will be dragging everywhere...
For 35s, do a real 44 up front (not a TJ/rubi 44, this will also allow for you to go slightly bigger). A 44 will be fine, or an 8.8 for the rear. You can also add new shafts for the extra strength depending on your wheeling. Lockers again, if you want to wheel get em (shouldnt really be a questions). Depending on the front axle, you need to upgrade your steering and brakes...
Read up some more on here and pirate
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