If you have stock axles/t-case and kept stock wheelbase, a front xj shaft will work. Your pushin it with that though.
Anything else, youd be damned lucky to find something.
90ish Ford 250/350 front shafts are around 36" and have a double cardon joint but use 1310/30/50 joints depending on what you pulled it from. If you use a flange at the t-case and change the yoke axle side it could potentially bolt up.
We need more info though. Whats your wheelbase? And what size yokes do you have? Buts it highly unlikely you'll find anything that will bolt up.
I have a place where we can do it any size you want, just need the 2 ends of the shaft and i will do it for you, its good quality, its around 100 dlls each one. Send me a private msj and will talk a bout it. Thanks
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