Pirate 4x4 banner
1 - 19 of 19 Posts

240 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
*****SOLD*****99 TJ ROCK CRAWLER 4SEAT; D60/D70;ATLAS;coils;40's*price drop $14.5K

99 tj Rock Crawler

updated link to craigs

tons of pics here:


We have enjoyed all the great wheeling experiences and memories with her, but other activities have taken priority.
History: purchased new in 1999.
Build by Nick at Extreme Engineering in Ft. Collins, CO
It's functional family rig that could cover trails with the buggies but also have comforts and space of jeep.
Keep the jeep low in overall height but have great articulation allowing a stable feel during off camber wheeling.
Having a family, the rigs cage was priority #1, and Nick built a cage that is perfect.
Nick designed the seating to be adjustable for different size drivers.
I’m 6’1 205lbs and fit comfortable in both driver and passenger front and rear seating.
Good visibility, from seating position which is almost stock position. The seats ARE NOT reclined like most buggies so seeing out of vehicle is AOK for any size driver.
The vehicles axles were stretched forward as well as in the rear, overall wheelbase I is 105inch, allowing for great approach angles.
outside tire to outside tire 85.5
The vehicle needed to fit through standard garage door, accomplished.
It has never disappointed us and we have enjoyed every outing with our jeep.
Have a clean title in hand.
Put 28000 miles on vehicle before turning her into a trailered jeep.
Everything on the vehicle is operational minus the radio.
The vehicle has experienced all the extreme trails that Colorado, Utah and New Mexico has to offer.
It was built to haul a family of four around, or easily 2 adults, and gear in back.
The vehicle started as a white jeep, currently the color combo is Porsche silver and metallic purple on the coil overs and links.
I have spare paint of both colors in rattle can (included) the paint mixed by Napa in Longmont.
Rocks are unforgiving so the body is rough, but does not affect any of its function.
Interior is rhino lined, black.
The vehicle has had Mobil 1 since 500miles.
Garaged its entire life
Custom cage, facilitating 4 seats. Removable alum tins for weather protection/ Zeus fittings. The passenger side is slightly damaged but still functional.
15 gallon alum gas tank/ratchet strapped to tub and frame.
Drives very smooth at speeds/ i.e. gold bar rim sand section (Baja fun).
Crawl ratio with atlas/513s 1st gear I believe it is either 81-82 to 1.
Vehicle could be registered if emissions free county
I currently have it registered ohv only

14.5K OBO

Detailed information if interested:
Front seats: mastercraft seats with lumbar on stock sliders attached to cage/ allowing different size drivers (myself & wife)
Back seat: original mounts / 3inch lap belts/cage built to accommodate 2 adults/children in rear. The stock setup was kept for the use of a car seat in the beginning with no interference with cage crossbars.
4link front /rear
Frame is been modified from seats back to consist of a full tube chassis connecting frame/suspension/cage to create a solid foundation.
Stretched front and rear overall I believe is 103inch
Great approach and departure angle
King coil overs in front
Swayaways in rear
Swayaway bump stops in rear
Rubber stops in front/ easily go to air bumps if you decide too
Polished walker evans beadlocks
40x17 maxxis creepy crawlers
80% life on tires
Steering: Full hydro
Front axle: Chevy D60 custom
Full case Detroit locker/513 gears
Chevy center section professionally moved from pass side to driver side
Crane hi clearance chromo knuckles 2nd gen with steering arm keys
Superior chromo axles inner/outer 35spline (lifetime warranty)
Crane chromo cover
Disc brakes
Spicer joints
Warn premium hubs (free lifetime replacement)

Rear axle: Dana 70U full Detroit case/professionally welded case for spool
513 gears
Riddler cover
Disc brake kit from Home
Stock axle shafts
Spare set of stock axle shafts
Grade 8 axle shaft hardware
Rear cutting brake

Stock 4.0L
Kn air filter
Complete engine cage protecting all vital parts
1year old alum radiator/flexalite electric fan with manual switch on dash
Hi output alternator for welder
Optima yellow top
Psc power steering pump/res two sided hydraulic ram
4.3 atlas 32spl front /rear
Custom 2-piece front driveshaft/Carrier bearing/1350
Rear drive shaft/1350
Heater /fan operational
Lights operational (front/rear)
Rock lights front and rear separate switches
Elec fan switch operational
Premier power welder located in glove box for protection (comes with all essentials for trail welding i.e., 25ft leads, watertight stick container, gloves, googles, carry case.
Clarion radio/cd player (not operational) speakers Pyle in console (operational)
Custom exhaust by Collins muffler in Loveland, Colorado/No cat
Winch/Warn 9500 hsi (hi speed model) masterpull line
Custom route for suck down capability for steep climbs
Custom bumpers front/rear
Custom heavy duty flat, steel skid plate protecting up to in front of oil pan
Plastic skid mounted to steel plate for ease of overcoming obstacles
Spare rear drive shaft
Spare used/slightly bent lowers
Set of new D60 warn premium hub spares


2005 PJ 620D 14k heavy duty trailer
Registered: CO
Load e tires 85% tread depth
Wood deck with sealant
Rubber maid locking storage box
3K for trailer (trailer will not be sold until jeep is sold or as a combo deal)
HD equipment trailer, 14gvwr total load limit/skid steer trailer, tows great and could handle the weight of two rigs if necessary
20foot dovetail
235/85/R16 8 lug wagon wheels with E rated truck tires
1 axle drum brakes
Lights operational
Alum fenders
Please no requests to part out, and no low ball. If you would like additional detailed pics of anything, reach out to me via email at [email protected]

No, I don’t need help selling the jeep or any scammers.
If you would like to see firsthand, please reach out via email with your # and I’ll contact you.
Thanks for looking.

14.5k for jeep obo

3k for trailer

I can take additional detailed pics on request.


1 - 19 of 19 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.