Good Morning All! I am working on restomodding a 71 Jeepster with my 9 year old son. It will be his first vehicle in 6 years. I was planning to upgrade the front axle to a CJ narrowtrack with disk brakes and regearing to something better than the 3.31 ratio the Jeepster came stock with. Exact ratio is undecided, but was leaning towards something in the 3.73-4.10 range. That was until a buddy of mine from our local Jeep group who is rebuilding a 64 J200 Gladiator offered up his axles and driveshafts once he upgrades in a month or two. While it's still drum brakes all the way around, this allows me to upgrade to D44 front and rear, already geared to 4.27 and widen the stance without needing wheel spacers. Found a drum to disk kit for $700, which isn't any more expensive than regearing (since that I would probably have a shop do) if I found a CJ narrow track and the axles would be free from the start vs having to buy a narrow track. I presume the driveshafts are out as they're too long. From what I've heard they're not much of an upgrade anyway. Anyone know what would be involved in getting the FSJ axles to work under the Jeepster? Trying to weigh pros and cons between both options. My understanding, which could be wrong, is that the narrow track would be bolt on. So it'd be much easier and straight forward. For the FSJ axle, I'm not a welder, but lots of folks with those skills have been eager to help with the project.