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Old 10-11-2011, 12:26 PM   #1
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91 YJ v8 project

Moving to an apartment and don't have room for all the vehicles.

The Good:
304 V8 swap
TH400
QuadraTrac/SelectTrac(?) TC with Hi/Low
Mild lift w/15" aluminum bullet hole rims and 33X12.5-15 tires
Dana 44 axles front and rear
soft top with metal half doors
D18 TC to go with it
tilt/column shift

The Bad:
QuadraTrac transfer case shift modulator (2WD to 4WD/a manual shift modulator can be bought for $250 I think) is gone and no linkage for Hi/Low
In order to install the D18TC, you will need a $500 conversion kit and have the trans rebuilt with the new Trans output shaft
Trans pan warped and leaks, but I have a new aluminum pan to install, haven't gotten to it
Gauges not hooked up/seat not bolted down
needs front driveshaft, was going to wait until new TC is installed in case there is a length difference


It is not currently a daily driver, but could be. Or, go the other way and make an awesome trail rig/rock crawler.

Questions?

Was asking $4K, just give me $3K and get it out of my driveway.



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Old 11-23-2011, 04:22 AM   #2
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Now $2500

I just want this gone. There has to be close to $4K in parts here, I can't go lower and I don't have room to part it out myself. Open to trades: vehicles, guns, boats

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Old 11-24-2011, 10:44 PM   #3
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Man i wish you were closer i would come today and buy that.
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Old 11-28-2011, 07:15 PM   #4
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Damn i could use a few parts off that thing too
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