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Old 06-10-2011, 07:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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$18,500 for you to buy (I spent $65K)

1986 CJ7 body, beige bed liner coated.

Interior:
Front seats from new JK model jeep.
Rear seat: folding bench (operational)
New - Dash and guages all operational and back lit (very new)

Transmission:
Automatic Dana300 under warranty from complete rebuid less than 50 miles ago (B&M Shifter - works great)

Engine
Came with jeep so I have limited information, V8 from Yukon Denali (seller claimed 400hp - whatever the horsepower, it's way more than enough) I've had it checked, new mounts installed to level the engine (it was tilted to the rear when I bought it)

Transfer Case
twin sticks with 4:1, installed less than 100 miles ago

Lighting:
Factory lights along with 4 halogen lights under the body to help locate tires at night
Rear lights are recessed

Suspension
4 link suspension
Ballistic Fab Coilover shocks in front
Ballistic Fab 2" Air Shocks in rear
This setup is sick, any tire can be lifted 50" off the ground without any other tire coming off the ground.

Steering:
Hydraulic Assist - New (Works great)

Lockers
ARB front/rear

Gears:
I'll have to look up the new gear ratio but in short they were just upgraded to give appropriate gearing for weight and tire size.

Frame:
Frame has been extended with tubing, very strong and light.

Wheel base:
Approximately 112" (perfect approach/departure - tires hit before bumpers on and off rocks)

Recovery:
Warn PowerPlant 12,000lb winch with built-in air compressor and air tank (can run air tools or air tires)

Tires/Wheels: (each tire shipped is at $550.000, each wheel about the same)
Tires: 6 - Pit Bull Rockers 42X15X20 (15" wide, 20" wheels) over 90% on all 4, 2 new spares included.
Wheels: Poison Spyder aluminum beadlock - 20"
High-end Warn lockout hubs in front

Fuel:
Fuel cell located in bed of jeep, new.

Armor:
Poison Spyder Rocker Knockers, Warn bumper in front
Roll Cage has been installed and tied to frame
Belly-up skid plate (flat plate across frame rails in the center, no drag, high clearnace, all armored)

Axles:
Front: Dana 60 chrome alloy
Rear: 14 Bolt shaved chrome alloy

Brakes:
1 ton setup
4 wheel disc
all new brake pumbing

All of this was built over two years, with new parts. This jeep goes anywhere you want and is as bullet proof as you can get. It has never been rolled, runs perfect. No air conditioning. Seats 3 safely with room for cooler. I am open to sell/trade depending on the vehicle. I have paid out of pocket over $65K. Limiting straps have been installed because this jeep can flex further than the shocks can extend, this is the complete jeep. Also comes with two hard doors, two soft doors, and two soft tops. I have worked out all the kinks, it's done, just buy it and wheel it where your buddies wish they could go.

Dan 512-289-1996

Many pictures available - email dan.techconsulting@gmail.com (serious inquiries please) limited pictures available at austin.craigslist.org (search rockcrawler) Jeep located in Austin, blocks from downtown.
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Old 06-10-2011, 09:09 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Wow. You couldn't even copy and paste a link..


Here you go..

http://austin.craigslist.org/cto/2433465505.html
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Old 06-10-2011, 09:22 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I hear those Dana 300 transmissions have an awesome 1st gear.
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Old 06-11-2011, 07:45 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I hear those Dana 300 transmissions have an awesome 1st gear.
Now you know how he got to 65K.
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Old 06-15-2011, 08:10 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Now you know how he got to 65K.
yeah i guess the money starts piling up when you pay someone to build it for ya
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