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Old 01-06-2012, 12:37 AM   #1
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2006 LJ, Pro Rocks, 38's featured in magazine

2006 Jeep Unlimited

Built by Mel at Off Road Evolution with a Full feature in the Aug edition of 4 Wheel and Off Road
19,000 miles, Original owner, ALL service records, always garaged, NEVER abused, No scratches or dents. Red, 6sp, soft top (new top and windows). This Jeep drives straight with no wobble! Plenty of power. Clear title, clean title, never in an accident. I never dreamed I would have to sell this, but a growing family forces sale. Jeep is paid off and I am buying another one, I am in no hurry to sell, I am sure I have forgotten a bunch of items… any question, just let me know.
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I will email pics to anyone who is interested here are a couple so you get the idea.
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Dynatrac Pro Rocks front and rear, with F150 brakes, ARB’s, 513 gears, 35 spline, and manual hubs. Dynatrac high steer steering $13,000

Full Traction Ultimate Long Arm lift with Sway A Way coilovers in front. Sway A Way air bumps in front with poly Performance coil over kit. $1400

Rear suspension, 4” Full Traction springs with ACOS adjustable spacers $3000

38” BFG KM’2 tires 85% tread $2000

Rare Raceline beadlock wheels with custom backspacing $1200

Savvy front and rear bumpers powder coated $850

Custom Corbeau heated front seats and matching rear bench $1400

Rock Hard Cage front and rear powder coated to match $1000

Eclipse Stereo with Alpine/Eclipse speakers $300

Prestige Billet Hinges and Billet accessories $450

ARB compressor $200

37” spare with Mickey Thompson Wheel $350

AGM battery - $200

Sway Loc anti sway - $450

Metal Cloak rear fenders powder coated to match $ 450

Flat fender flares (front) with clear lights $200

Custom alarm system $400

Savvy gas tank skid plate $325

Slip Yoke eliminator with custom driveshaft’s $500

Tomb Raider seat belts $200

Safari Top $80

Upgraded headlights $ 75

Misc…. hood lock, polished fuel filler cover, hood catch, heavy duty spare tire carrier, much more… $500+++

Engine Performance

Edge Fuel module with AEM intake and throttle body $600

Banks header $450

Magnaflow muffler with custom exhausts $300

I have over $29,000 in ADD ONS, NOT including labor charges; the Jeep has a blue book value of 19,500.

I am selling it for 31,000 this is the blue book value +40% for the add ons













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Old 01-06-2012, 09:26 AM   #2
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It a very nice jeep and I wish I had the $ good luck

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Old 01-06-2012, 09:33 AM   #3
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Nice Jeep.
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Old 01-06-2012, 11:00 AM   #4
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Thanks for the compliments... still trying to figure a way to keep it...but doesn't look good.
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Old 01-09-2012, 09:31 PM   #6
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Thanks for the compliments... still trying to figure a way to keep it...but doesn't look good.
Can help you..

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Very nice, please keep it or you will regret letting it go
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What kind of hinges are those?
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Old 01-12-2012, 03:17 PM   #9
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I make and sell those hinges, they are Prestige Billet. You can find them at prestigebillet.com
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I make and sell those hinges, they are Prestige Billet. You can find them at prestigebillet.com

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Are they stronger than the factory ones?
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Old 01-16-2012, 11:02 AM   #11
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Yes they are stronger than the factory ones. They will hold up to a 35" spare. I am currently using them with a 37" spare but do notice a bit of sag with the extra weight. With a 35" tire they work great!
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Very nice, please keep it or you will regret letting it go
Agree with Julie totally
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Too bad this wasn't an auto. I would even forgive the requirement of "Stone White" on my list. But can't go to a manual. Nice ride. Bump for ya.
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Old 02-06-2012, 01:01 PM   #14
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$28,500
Lowered the price to make it easier for someone to finance...but this is as low as I will go. NO negotiating.... Dont even ask!!

This price will not include the winch, Edge programmer or the Piaa lights.
I can remove the Savvy bumpers and put some others on and lower the price another $500

Banks/credit unions should finance around $20,000 so you will need $8,500 in cash...
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Old 02-20-2012, 03:23 PM   #15
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SOLD!!

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