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Old 02-15-2013, 03:33 PM   #1
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08 JKU lifted locked and loaded ARB RCV chromoly and more $25000

08 jeep jku Sahara 70k miles AC,PS, pb,am/FM/cd, cruise, power windows, pl, security, 4 door, 4x4

Now for what's been done Drive train: Dana 44 up front with rcv 35 spline axles, nitro sleeves, c-gussetts, lca gussetts, ARB locker, synergy ball joints, nitro extreme aluminum diff cover Coast front drive shaft Dana 44 rear, ten factory chromoly axles, Detroit locker

Wheels/tires: Pro comp 17" rims, BFG 37/12.50/17 km2 tires all 5, spidertrax wheel spacers

Suspension: Terraflex 8 arms, 4" springs, fox 2.0 shocks, monster track bar and panhard, quick disconnect sway bar, spring retainers,

Steering: Synergy tie rod and drag link with stabalizer relocation bracket, hi steer flip set up, fox 2.0 shock,

Engine: Banks intake and exhaust, aev programmer, evap relocation bracket

Body: Smittybilt front and rear with x8 winch and tire carrier, rock sliders, custom rear quarter panel plates with sliders, trimmed fenders

Extras: ARB twin compressor, on board air on rear bumper both sides, power tank 10lb CO2, rotopax first aid/preparedness kit, 2 rotopax 3 gallon cans mounted on back locking handle, cobra 75 cb, jeepswag hi lift mount with hi lift extreme jack and shovel, smittybilt tube doors with skins on them, hard top with full doors, bikini top, toneau cover, plus more.
Has boom matt in hard top like hot liner its insulating and reduces noise.

This is a built jeep and works perfect no issues runs fine nd looks great.

Travis 619-933-7168

Life happens and it did so its up for sale $25,000 obo























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Old 02-15-2013, 10:42 PM   #2
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which ones the most recent pictures? It looks as if corner armor was added? I like the clean look of pictures 1 & 2

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Old 02-15-2013, 11:12 PM   #3
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#4 is the most recent it got a dent in the tub on the driver side so I did armor to protect it. We have a lot of rocks and canyon walls that reach out and get ya.
This was not built as a mall crawler this will run hammers, and several other nasty trails we have here.
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