Ok, I feel like this is a stupid question, but I figured I'd ask anyway. I'm planning on buying a new (new to me) front axle, and building it when money allows. Once built, I want to stuff it in the jeep. The problem is the axle I'm going to buy is going to come with 4.10 gearing. My jeep has 3.73. So the gearing would be mismatching. Also, my end goal for gearing is 5.38, so swapping the rear end in the jeep to 4.10 would make no sense as a temp fix. So, can I just take out the front drive shaft until I can afford the new gearing? It's a 2015 wrangler, so I don't know if there's any electrical problems that will arise. I can't think of any? I know this is really common in the diesel truck scene when you're building you axles, but I am new to owning a jeep. In my head I can't think of any problems, other than the obvious lack of 4x4. But I'll just deal with that.