I recently acquired a 97' TJ been in the family for years and I've always wanted a jeep so it was nice to receive this! Driving it yesterday to get it smogged as it has been non-opt for quite some time, I experienced my first case of death wobble, stock axles and steering stabilizer don't like the big 35inch mickeys. This morning I was driving it to get aligned and get the rest of the steering linkage looked at and checked before I put the new stabilizer on and at about 40 miles an hour the rear tires locked up and I came to a screeching halt, thankfully myself or anyone else was hurt. Confused and stuck in the middle of the road I quickly tried to put it back in first and I couldn't move. Tried reverse and couldn't move. Clutch would engage like normal and rev up, but just wouldn't move. I was on incline and in neutral the jeep wouldn't even roll backwards. Got it on our flatbed and took it home, thankfully it was at 5AM so there was no one around that could of been hurt or stuck behind me in traffic. Forgot to add that got to move in the trailer by putting in 4-lo. But kept hearing in a grinding noise and noticed some oil around the rear diff cover. Got home and and took the rear diff cover off, and had no oil and what appears to be what blown apart pinion and ring. The weird thing was all the bolts on the case were able to be taken off by hand and not with a ratchet? Anyways I wanted to put a limited slip in anyway just never expected it to happen like this. I was curious to explore all the intelligent minds that seem to be on here if anyone any reccomendations for redoing the diff, I'm not sure if they sell a bolt on diff or if have to buy a kit and re-do it myself? Thanks in advance and sorry for not doing my profile yet! New here!!!