Here is a blurb from the off-road.com writeup, actually I was wrong about your D30 outers, you could use SOME of them, but you'd need to find Scout outer shafts. I would go with the ford myself, here it is:
What's left? I need to send the long side inner axle shaft in to be shortened, I need to weld the spring pad and shock mount for the long side back on, I need new ball joints and U-joints and I need to decide about the steering and brakes.
There are many steering and brake options available to me by mixing and matching Jeep, Chevy, Ford and Scout II disc brake parts, so this won't be a problem. My current thought is to use the Cherokee outer knuckles, spindles and Chevy type brakes with F-150 rotors (F-150's have the same 5 on 5 1/2" wheel bolt pattern as Jeep CJ's). There are two advantages to this: 1) I will get the stronger and less leaky internal type lockouts and 2) The Cherokee tie rod mounts on top of the knuckles and is much larger and stronger than a CJ tie rod.
Another possibility is using my stock outer knuckles, spindles, brakes and steering with Scout II outer axle shafts. Scout II outer axle shafts use the Dana 44 sized U-joint but are otherwise similar to CJ outer shafts. Or I could use non disc brake CJ outer knuckles with my stock steering, Cherokee spindles, Chevy type brakes and F-150 rotors and hubs or I could... The possibilities are limitless.
BTW - the currie axles at 4wd Hardware are basically cut-down Scout axles & you are using the scout outers.
And also, I'm not sure how long you will want to cut to get narrow track. Although I know someone who is running wide track width in front & narrow track in back & has no problems. I'm sure if you ask Matt Peters he can tell you what to do also.
Yeah, Dan (jeepfreak1) got his axle cut down from Peters also after he saw the quality job he did on mine. There have been several people in our club who had drivetrain work done by him.
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