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 Post subject: feeler: built tj
PostPosted: Tue Jan 09, 2018 11:43 pm 
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99 TJ 4.0L auto
250k miles
np231 teraflex short sye with advance adapters cable shifter
jk d44 front axle 5.38 factory locker
jk sport rear d44 3.73
clayton longarm 3 link front 4 link stretch rear
clayton skidplate
12in ORI struts on all 4 corners
genright ext 23 gal stretch tank
genright hiline 4in aluminum front fenders with aluminum inner fenders
genright rear aluminum stretch corner gaurds
genright aluminum mini boatside rockers
savvy offroad front bumper with winch mount and tow hooks
savvy rear bumper
brown dog motor mounts
spectre intake
led headlights
maxbuilt led taillights
PSC trans and power steering coolers

mastercraft rubicon seats
poison spyder rollcage
5 goodyear mtr/k
5 17x9 trailready beadlocks
half doors with hard sliding uppers and soft uppers
hardtop
2 soft tops
custom spare tire carrier

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complete 4.0L with 138k miles
rear seat
35 spline rear axle shafts
warn 8274 needs rebuilt
lots of misc parts...

Every single part on this thing is new and has been bought by me over the last 3 yrs. This thing has alot of custom work done by Those Guys Rods and Customs and no expense has been spared on quality parts. It is fairly close to being finished just lost interest and its time to move on! Thinking $19k as is....

build is here: viewtopic.php?f=8&t=37958

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 Post subject: Re: feeler: built tj
PostPosted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 3:07 am 
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 Post subject: Re: feeler: built tj
PostPosted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 9:05 am 
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What does it need to be finished?

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 Post subject: Re: feeler: built tj
PostPosted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 10:46 am 
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Brakes
Brake lines
Driveshafts
Exhaust
Tie Rod
Steering box
Gears
Lockers
Axle shafts
Harness bar for the cage and harnesses
Windshield
Fuel lines
Fuel filler neck installed
Frame side upper 3 link mount cut off and redone
Go through nut/bolt check, fluids etc...

Might be a couple other little things but I think that's about it...


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 Post subject: Re: feeler: built tj
PostPosted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 10:49 am 
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upsguy wrote:
Brakes
Brake lines
Driveshafts
Exhaust
Tie Rod
Steering box
Gears
Lockers
Axle shafts
Harness bar for the cage and harnesses
Windshield
Fuel lines
Fuel filler neck installed
Frame side upper 3 link mount cut off and redone
Go through nut/bolt check, fluids etc...
LS SWAP

Might be a couple other little things but I think that's about it...


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 Post subject: Re: feeler: built tj
PostPosted: Sat Jan 13, 2018 10:38 pm 
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I've known you for more than 10 years and you have yet to finish a project....lol :mrgreen:

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 Post subject: Re: feeler: built tj
PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 9:51 am 
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I've known you for more than 10 years and you have yet to finish a project....lol :mrgreen:


My last TJ was done ish!! I just need to buy one done as I literally have zero free time to work on my stuff....

BTW...thanks for the positivity bill :roflmao:


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 Post subject: Re: feeler: built tj
PostPosted: Mon Jan 15, 2018 12:10 pm 
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upsguy wrote:
Boosted wrote:
I've known you for more than 10 years and you have yet to finish a project....lol :mrgreen:


My last TJ was done ish!! I just need to buy one done as I literally have zero free time to work on my stuff....

BTW...thanks for the positivity bill :roflmao:


Just leave it and your CC# along with your Christmas bonus check at Johns shop. Itll be done before you know it. Well unless you give him a bad card.


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 Post subject: Re: feeler: built tj
PostPosted: Mon Jan 15, 2018 3:04 pm 
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BIGSTUCK wrote:
Just leave it and your CC# along with your Christmas bonus check at Johns shop. Itll be done before you know it. Well unless you give him a bad card.


Ya kinda over throwing money at it!! Don't want to part it out so I'm hoping someone is looking for a project so I can move on....doubt it will happen though


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 Post subject: Re: feeler: built tj
PostPosted: Mon Jan 15, 2018 3:43 pm 
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I feel for ya man. Selling a project has to be the hardest thing ever (unless you are ready to give it away). Nobody's gonna want to give you what it's worth, especially a stranger to you. All buyers want you to give them your stuff, like a charity.

Don't give it away because you have the itch to get back out there this year. It's not worth losing your ass. You'd probably be better off maxing out a CC to finish it and sell it as a usable rig. No guarantees you'll fair any better financially that way either. Tough place to be in.

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 Post subject: Re: feeler: built tj
PostPosted: Mon Jan 15, 2018 7:39 pm 
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The only reason I'm considering moving on is priorities have changed for me and have sense bought a motorhome and need a Jeep that is not quite as built that I can flat tow behind it. Plus the wife is on board for just buying a JK that is already done. So we will see, it could potentially just get parted out if no one bites...


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 Post subject: Re: feeler: built tj
PostPosted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 2:53 pm 
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upsguy wrote:
The only reason I'm considering moving on is priorities have changed for me and have sense bought a motorhome and need a Jeep that is not quite as built that I can flat tow behind it. Plus the wife is on board for just buying a JK that is already done. So we will see, it could potentially just get parted out if no one bites...


You could just finish it and add a tow bar to it and be done. Unless its a slinky mess I bet it'll track fairly decent behind the moho. Its got the potential to be such a cool rig.

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 Post subject: Re: feeler: built tj
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BIGSTUCK wrote:
upsguy wrote:
The only reason I'm considering moving on is priorities have changed for me and have sense bought a motorhome and need a Jeep that is not quite as built that I can flat tow behind it. Plus the wife is on board for just buying a JK that is already done. So we will see, it could potentially just get parted out if no one bites...


You could just finish it and add a tow bar to it and be done. Unless its a slinky mess I bet it'll track fairly decent behind the moho. Its got the potential to be such a cool rig.

https://www.etrailer.com/Base-Plates/Ro ... gJw1vD_BwE

https://www.etrailer.com/Accessories-an ... gJVNPD_BwE

I'd just get a trailer to tow it on. Then you don't have wear and tare on the toad, and if anything brakes it's not a worry.

Oh, wish I was in the market right now, I'd be all over this.

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