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Old 07-26-2014, 08:22 AM   #1
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2012 Rubi shocks/springs/tires, OME 2" springs, shocks

So, cleaning out the garage...or trying to, and would prefer that my old stuff finds a home with a fellow board member.

2012 Rubicon springs (18 front, 59 rear) and shocks with about 10k miles on them. Cost: a nice lunch, maybe some gas or shipping...

OME springs and shocks with about 25k miles on them. These did some wheeling and they show it, but they still work. Cost: a really nice lunch, a nice lunch and gas or shipping and some flattery.
Specifics:
OME 2" springs - part# 2619 front, part# 2918 rear.
OME 2" shocks - part# 60066 front, 60067 rear.

Lastly, my 5x original BFG KM 255x75R17 tires. These puppies have served well, but after 40k miles I figured I could justify to the wife a new set...it sort of worked. These tires have between 8 and 12 32nds of tread depth (I waited a bit to do my first rotation, so the tire that started as a spare has the most tread). I assume these tires must use some powdered unicorn horn - I'm not sure how a tire that started with 19/32 still has that much left. These are gonna be pricey - you're going to need to probably entertain me with Jeep adventures, tell me a good story or take me to a shooting range before I'll part with these, maybe even a full tank of gas .
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Old 07-27-2014, 10:55 AM   #2
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So, cleaning out the garage...or trying to, and would prefer that my old stuff finds a home with a fellow board member. 2012 Rubicon springs (18 front, 59 rear) and shocks with about 10k miles on them. Cost: a nice lunch, maybe some gas or shipping... OME springs and shocks with about 25k miles on them. These did some wheeling and they show it, but they still work. Cost: a really nice lunch, a nice lunch and gas or shipping and some flattery. Specifics: OME 2" springs - part# 2619 front, part# 2918 rear. OME 2" shocks - part# 60066 front, 60067 rear. Lastly, my 5x original BFG KM 255x75R17 tires. These puppies have served well, but after 40k miles I figured I could justify to the wife a new set...it sort of worked. These tires have between 8 and 12 32nds of tread depth (I waited a bit to do my first rotation, so the tire that started as a spare has the most tread). I assume these tires must use some powdered unicorn horn - I'm not sure how a tire that started with 19/32 still has that much left. These are gonna be pricey - you're going to need to probably entertain me with Jeep adventures, tell me a good story or take me to a shooting range before I'll part with these, maybe even a full tank of gas .
Your prices crack me up..

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You have a lovely garage, sir! Your Jeep is strong, and you wife sounds terrific. Or at least agreeable, and that's good enough when it comes to spending money on Jeeps.

I am interested in the OME springs and shocks, and they would definitely get use. I dragged my poor stock height Sport across rocks in Rausch Creek all day this Saturday trying to follow lifted Jeeps. Getting them to Maryland will probably cost less than replacing all the metal bits that I'll be donating to the boulders in Pennsylvania if I keep this up... And the folk I ran with would certainly appreciate spending more time moving forward, and less time moving rocks.

I'm in Maryland, and I love a good road trip, but you might be a bit far. Any chance you could chuck them in a box and send them my way? My zip code is 21046, and it's a commercial address, if it makes any difference. Shoot me a message with how much it'll take, and I'll see if we can't grant some new life to them! Or let me know where in NC you are, and maybe I can work it out.
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All, thanks very much for the interest. As of now, the Rubi springs/shocks are spoken for. No local takers on the OME stuff...but, a couple of potential road trippers/shippers. I'll be in touch via PM to let you know how things look. Thanks again.
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So, cleaning out the garage...or trying to, and would prefer that my old stuff finds a home with a fellow board member.

2012 Rubicon springs (18 front, 59 rear) and shocks with about 10k miles on them. Cost: a nice lunch, maybe some gas or shipping...

OME springs and shocks with about 25k miles on them. These did some wheeling and they show it, but they still work. Cost: a really nice lunch, a nice lunch and gas or shipping and some flattery.
Specifics:
OME 2" springs - part# 2619 front, part# 2918 rear.
OME 2" shocks - part# 60066 front, 60067 rear.

Lastly, my 5x original BFG KM 255x75R17 tires. These puppies have served well, but after 40k miles I figured I could justify to the wife a new set...it sort of worked. These tires have between 8 and 12 32nds of tread depth (I waited a bit to do my first rotation, so the tire that started as a spare has the most tread). I assume these tires must use some powdered unicorn horn - I'm not sure how a tire that started with 19/32 still has that much left. These are gonna be pricey - you're going to need to probably entertain me with Jeep adventures, tell me a good story or take me to a shooting range before I'll part with these, maybe even a full tank of gas .
Hi I would be interested in the OME lift kit. I would love to learn more about your satisfaction level with the quality and the amount of lift?
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Update...

The Rubi springs and shocks are off to a better place and should be at their new home tomorrow.

The OME springs and shocks left for their new home yesterday.

The tires are still around looking sadly at my old track bars.

Thanks to all.
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All,

So, everything from the original post is off to a new home and, hopefully, continued good service. However, if someone gets a hankering for some stock track bars, let me know. Thanks and Safe Wheelin' Y'all.

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