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Being a JK, I would take it to Stomper Offroad in Olathe. They specialize in JKs. Jay Blazer, owner, loves to touch feel JKs and educate the owner.
Take a look at your steering axle joints (ujoints). Take a screwdriver and press against the knuckle to see if you can lift the axle and see movement
put it on jack stands, put it in low, and manually turn drive shaft. count revolutions of front and rear shafts. they should be same !
I have a 95 XJ with an AX15 trans. & stock(I think) drivetrain.. I say that because the pre- previous owner has done a little work
Truck runs and drives. 4 cylinder automatic. 130,00 miles. Red in color grey interior. Rust free front clip. Only rust or damage is on drivers side bed