We used a super heavy-duty TJ axle bracket kit from Rusty’s Off Road (PN RC-RAM399) to make our Toyota axle fit in our TJ. To place the brackets we tack-welded both the Yota axle and the Dana 35 to jackstands with the same pinion angle. Then, we found the center of both axles and used a tape measure and angle finder to place the brackets. These brackets are thicker than stock and add strength. They also add a little weight. The fully dressed Toyota axle was only about 10lbs more than our old Dana 35, yet the Toyota offers about 1⁄16-inch more ground clearance.