|07-29-2010, 11:35 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: May 2006
Member # 72504
Location: Ontario, Canada
Built YJ for trail or Street.
Well the time has come to sell the YJ, this thing is very capable and way over built for your average trail rig.
What it has
Fuel Injected 350
Atlas Transfer Case ( twin sticked )
Front High Pinion 60 with ARB air Locker & 5.38 gears, warn hubs
Custom High Pinion 60 rear with spool & disc brakes 5.38 gears
41" Iroc's on 17" rims ( lots of meat left on them )
Four link Rear with DOM links & Heim joints, Coils
Ford Arms on the front with coils
Hydraulic Assist Steering
Full Roll Cage
Front Tube Fenders
Rear Crusher quarters with tube fenders & comp cut
TMR Rear Tire Carrier
Full Size Spare tire (brand new)
ARB air Compressor
Sparco Bucket seats with 4 point harnesses in the front
Rear factory jeep seat
RCI Fuel cell
Soft top & Hard top
Art Carr shifter
Warn 9000 Pound winch
I have 2 sets of rims Aluminum and steel, I put the steel ones on when it was getting wheeled. Your choice which ones you want to take if you buy it. (the spare is aluminum)
This truck can hang with the best of them on the trail and drives decent down the road & stays straight under braking. If you are looking for a trail rig then it is turn key ready to go. If you want to drive it on the street here is what it needs.
Rear sway bar
rear slip yoke on the drive shaft (it has some slop in it and chatters when you let off the gas)
And for a full safety
E brake & front windshield (has a crack)
This truck was also featured in Can4wd magazine. There is a ton of little stuff I have forgot but any one that has seen it knows the rig is built and can wheel.
It has only been wheeled 3 times since rebuilt, once at greens, once on a private run and my brother in law had it at Phils this year. The rest of the time it just sits and since I got the buggy done it won't really get wheeled now so it is time to get rid of it.
Located in Orono, Ontario and being sold as is. Not looking for trades or low ballers. Will take offers but be realistic, any one who has built a rig knows what the tires, axles & t-case alone are worth.
Here is some pictures of it when Mark first finished it with no stickers on it.
Last edited by Throttle Happy; 07-29-2010 at 02:10 PM.