Good luck finding a good rear drive shaft they are usally trashed from the fork lift or trackers that pick them up.
Probably best to rebuild yours if it in good condition and just need new u joints.
If anything Bill at Englewood drive shaft will be the guy to call. Bill is a FR member.
MultiScuf previously posted:
"Alright now for bigger update. Today we put the jeep on the lift around 7:30am and by 11am we had it of lift and running. We found I shatter my tranny mount,Entire front end drive shaft, and that my brake lines we knot up. So after clearing up up what need to get fix right anyway and what need to get fix right away. I head into to work to grab parts and to the junkyard. Got a new tranny mount at work. Priced out the driveshaft at the junkyard. After about 2hrs we wheeled back into and took it for drive after seeing the difference in having a non smashed tranny mount I was happy. So we but back up on the lift check all the fluids,welds,and joints. About an hour later we had off the lift and purring like tiger. So later in the week I need to actually make time to tear out drive shaft at the yard. If anyone can come with me that would be very hopefully(I don't know how to pull it out). Anyway I should have 4wd up and running by the weekend."