That looks good. How difficult was the regear and how does it drive now? I wonder if it is worth doing on mine. I have a JL with Rocky Ridge package which includes a 3.5" lift and I'm running 35" tires. I think I have the D220 rear diff.
i still haven't finished the rear D44 yet, still waiting on pinion depth shims to finish up the rear axle ,so i can not quote on the drive capability yet, as for the job itself you will need specific tools to get it done, -( A (1" ) outside diameter micrometer, for measuring shims thickness- A inch-pound torque wrench[preferably Black Hawks Needle style Micrometer wrench-that is what i have, they have a cheap one at auto zone for like $25ish , these style wrenches work spot on for measuring pinion pre-load values]- a pinion bearing removal tool for removing the bearing off the pinion shaft so you can shim behind it to get correct pinion depth - [best deal for the price i found was from Jeggs brand that comes with all three size clamp sizes:$320ish after tax- the G2 or Yukon Gear and Axle make them as well but are way more pricey-Jeggs Brand worked perfectly]- you will need a good dial indicator with magnetic mount for measuring precise gear tolerances,( the re-gear kits should come with the colored grease for verifying correct gear mesh pattern) - honestly a hydraulic H frame stand press is a must so you can press on the bearings(harbor freight $189), the job is not the easiest but if you know how to use the tools listed and can follow the the disassemble/ install procedures for your model/make of axle and have the time it can save you tons of money. I got both of my axles quoted here in Oklahoma from a really good shop i use and they wanted $1500 in labor per axle- new assembly kits/ring &pinion not included in initial quote- so far in parts for the ring/pinion/assembly kits from Revolution Gear&Axle i have right around $1135, the tools if you sourced it ,right around $835. So all together $1970 total, assuming you already have basic hand tools/jack stands/floor jack. The shop quote with exact kits i bought with their labor rate would have been $4,135 before tax. I will let ya know how it rides when Mor'Du is back on the trails, hope this helps answer your question.