Re: Multiple Axles questions and some spring questions....
Keep in mind that I don't have a SOA, but I'm not sure I would use narrow track axles if you are going to do a SOA. Right now one of my jeeps has narrow track axles, 4" of lift and 33s. With the hardtop on that can get to feeling kinda top heavy. A SOA is gonna get you 5" or more of lift. If you've got wide track axles you could do a SOA on them and still have decent stability. What's the reason you don't like them, crappy gears? I'd spend the money on a gear swap on the wide tracks before I would do a SOA on narrow tracks, but thats just my humble opinion. Dana 44s out of a Scout will be about widetrack width and stronger. I'm not sure which year Wagoneers are options, some had AMC 20 rear axles and a 6 bolt pattern. They're not "bolt up" replacements. You can either have them cut down or run them full length outboard the frame. I think they are a few inches wider than Scout axles.
As far as stock CJ springs, what do you need and where are you located?? I've got a front and rear springs.