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Old 01-27-2009, 10:05 AM   #1
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Post Cleaning out the garage.... Many things up for grabs (Mod Edit:Michigan)

Hey guys, it's time for me to get some more space now that there's an '05 rubicon in the family. I'm located in Michigan near flint or Ann Arbor if that's easier.

Here's a basic list; though I have more that I'm sure I'm forgetting

'92 YJ I-6 4.0 with AX-15 trans (rebuilt 15K ago) and NP231 with AA SYE (also freshened 15K) motor has 100k on it almost exactly, includes harness and ECU, needs new steering pump and fan.

2x YJ frames one in as is shape from a '92 the other restored sandblasted and POR with front chage tie in mounts welded on

Type B style CJ or early YJ rollbar

Hard top in grey for CJ7 or YJ

Rubicon Express 2.5" extreme duty lift kit
4x leaf springs +greasable shakles. Has 5k miles on it.

4.2lL I-6 with 4 speed trans with Dana 300 case from 84 CJ-7 (engine and trans seperated already)

3 speed trans with 206? Case from 79 CJ7

Set of 5 17" american racing crome rims with 32x11.5 Goodyear MTR tire (came on the rubi from the dealer, brand new condition)

Other parts too, including axles and factory parts.

Let me know if any of it interests you. I can get pictures up on saturday if anyone likes. Buyer is to take care of shipping, crating or pickup.

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How much do you want for the engine, trans, ecu? My grandparents used to live in Dearborn so I know the area!!! Very interested. PM please (on the 92)

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Any pics of the rims/tires? 5x4 1/2 bolt pattern?
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Any pics of the rims/tires? 5x4 1/2 bolt pattern?
I'll see if I can get some up before this weekend
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what axles do you have?
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Old 01-27-2009, 01:58 PM   #7
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how much for the RE leaf springs?
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Old 01-27-2009, 02:30 PM   #8
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I'll have to check ratio's in them cause they are all just the left-overs I never tweaked.

I have a set from a late model YJ D30 D35 combo

At least one AMC 20

And a few others. All for YJ/CJ
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how much for the RE leaf springs?
$300 for all 4 springs and shakles.
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hey much for the 4.0? and for the 4.2?
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Old 01-28-2009, 02:19 PM   #11
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How much for the wheels and tires?
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Wheels and tires cost $2500 as a package

All 5 from my garage package out to $1000 'cause I love WF members
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two pictures of the wheel:s are attached. It's not an inexpensive wheel and tire package, just not what we're looking for.
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Sorry Just found this Iam looking at the shipping site and how heavy is the frame just an estimate and the dimesions thanks?
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could i fit those wheels/tires on a stock '98 with no lift?
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It would be a guess but I would say the frame is around 400 pounds as it can be carried by two people no problem and is the same length and about 2 feet narrower than the jeep is.

The tires came off a stock height wrangler and while they will fit they will rub if you hit a bump too fast. A bb will clear them unless you get agresive offroad and if you do a bl makes up for the difference. If all you plan on doing is driving around and looking good then yes they work, for any offroading you need a lift though
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do you have any better pics from a distance of the wheels/tires
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No, but ill see if I can roll It out and snap a pic tonight
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How much do you want for the D300, how good of shape is it in, and are you still interested in my tires? lol
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what kind of axels do you have and how much do you want for them?
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what size are the tires
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Old 02-16-2009, 04:05 PM   #22
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how much for the Rubicon Express 2.5" extreme duty lift kit

will it fit a yj 95?
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trans and t/c

would you be interesred in selling the AX-15 trans (rebuilt 15K ago) and NP231 with AA SYE without the motor? if so, how much.

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