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I know I have bounced back and forth about selling my rig from time to time however I must unload it now due to a pending divorce.

I really don't want to answer questions about my personal life but I did want to let everyone know that I am as serious as a heart attack about letting my rig go.

As for the rig, here's the specs. It's located in Woodbridge, VA. I have over $12,000 into this Jeep in parts and the cost of the rig that I bought all brand new with the exception of the axles. Take it for what it's worth. It's been wheeled (and is capable) and it's been a ton of fun. But with a 30 ft Sea Ray boat and this Jeep... I can only have one money pit after the divorce.

The Good

- 4.0 L motor with 198,000 miles (runs strong, no smoke) oil changed every 3000-4000 miles
- (1) Rusty's 8" Hi-Clearance Long Arm Lift Kit
- Rusty's Builder Fab Coil Buckets
- Rusty's Builder Fab Lower Control Arm Mounts
- Rusty's Builder Fab Universal Shock Mounts
- (2) Dana 44 LP axles out of 89 Waggy (front and rear)
- TSM Disc Brake Conversion Kit for Dana 44 for rear axle
- New front rotors, pads and calipers
- New Drivers Side Stub Shaft
- New Wheel Bearings for inner and outer on the front
- Warn Locking Hubs
- Extended braided steel brake lines in all four corners
- (5) 36x13.50 R15 Irok tires on 15x10 6 lug Crager Soft 8 steel wheels (70% tread left)
- (1) NP231J 23 spline transfer case with 4:1 kit
- TeraLow 4:1 Kit
- TeraLow 2LO kit
- AW4 Auto transmission
- Aluminum Novak Shifter (matches Ox Locker shifters)
- (2) Ox Lockers for Dana 44 for front and rear with aluminum shifters
- (2) 100 inch Ox Locker Cables
- (2) Yukon 4.88 gears
- (2) Yukon master install kits for gears
- (4) Bilstein 5150 12" travel remote resevoir shocks
- New Water pump from Advanced Auto Parts
- New Power Steering Gear Box
- Rockhard 4x4 rear bumper with tire carrier
- AJ's Offroad Armor super rock rails
- Custom built stinger winch front bumper
- Skid Row gas tank skid with mods by me
- Custom 1.25 DOM .360 wall, Steering by 505 Performance with 5/8th rod-ends and heim joints
- Husky Liner Molded Floor Mats, Front, Rear and Cargo Area
- New Front U-Joints
- New Drive Shaft U-joints for rear shaft
- Custom Yoke/Pinion E-Brake Kit
- SuperWinch 9.0 EPI Winch
- Alpine AM/FM/CD/MP3 with Ipod cable and controls
- MTX 75x4 Amp for Mids and tweeters
- MTX 200x1 for sub
- MTX 12" Sub in ported box
- MB Quart 5 1/4 component set with titanium dome tweeters in front
- MB Quart 5 1/4 co-ax in rear sound bar
- Uniden CB with 3 ft antenna
- Spare Front Drivers Door, Both Rear passenger Door Spares

The Bad
- Needs a power steering pump (the return inlet broke off while trying to replace the hose)
I may replace the pump if someone is serious about buying the rig
- Dents in all panels from wheeling
- Grill has dent above passenger side headlight
- The fact that I have to sell it sucks

The Price
$6900 with trailer or $6000 without OBO
Call me at 703-772-4243 x7101 or PM me for more info.

The Pics

How she looks currently as of today





Rear Disc Brake Kit



Front Axle, Locker and Truss



OX Locker Shifter Setup




Custom E-brake on Transfer case Yoke



Trailer ($1000 by itself or $900 with the sale of the rig)

 

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How streetable is it? Sold my TJ last year, and have serious buyer's remorse. Want something for a weekend warrior/inclement weather rig, but not a daily driver. Going for another XJ this go round.
 

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How streetable is it? Sold my TJ last year, and have serious buyer's remorse. Want something for a weekend warrior/inclement weather rig, but not a daily driver. Going for another XJ this go round.
I drive it around town all the time. It runs great on the street. No bumpsteer or death wobble. It does need a steering stabilizer as I never added one. You may want to put a front sway bar on it too... other than that.... she's great.
 

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I drive it around town all the time. It runs great on the street. No bumpsteer or death wobble. It does need a steering stabilizer as I never added one. You may want to put a front sway bar on it too... other than that.... she's great.
Pretty interested. Lived in Woodbridge all my life until 2 years ago. Does it still need a steering pump? I'm at work in tappahannock all weekend but I will private msg you about the jeep tonight.

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