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Old 01-16-2014, 11:51 PM   #1
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'01 Jeep Wrangler TJ 4.0L w/ 5.5" Lift! (and much more!!!) - $25000 (Santa Clarita)

Hey guys - I HATE to do this but I must...my jeep is for sale. If you know anyone that might be interested in one of the toughest and nicely equipped rigs EVER, this is the one for them! check out the complete list of all the goodies - everything you might ever want on your jeep!

AN AWESOME CAMPING/OFF-ROAD RIG! I hate to sell it but I must!

2001 Jeep Wrangler Sport 4.0L
36" BF Goodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM2's with full-size spare and rear swing out carrier with Two Blitz Gas Can rack mount and 36" Hi-Lift Jack mount
Rubicon Express 5.5" long arm suspension with TRI-LINK rear
Currie Anti-Roc Rear Sway Bars FRONT and BACK
Currie Ultra Heavy Duty front track bar system
4:88 G2 Currie Dana 60 chromeoly rear axles with disk brakes (custom truss for tri-link suspension).
4:88 G2 Dana 44 front
ARB Air lockers front and back (all Steel-braded air lines for lockers)
ARB Air Compressor
Teraflex 4:1 Low gear Transfer Case upgrade
Tom Woods Rear Drive Shaft
Bilstein 5160 shocks with reservoirs front (12" travel)
Extra long Bilstein 7200 shocks with reservoirs on rear (14" travel)
ARB Refrigerator
Smitty built XRC body armor and fendors
Truck-lite LED headlamps
WARN 9000 winch with Synthetic winch line
AirAid Cool Air filter system
Kelty High Capacity On-Board Air system with 10 gallon air tank (left and right ╝" Air fitting located under hood to run air tools or just air up tires)
Optima Battery
Sony CD Radio with USB port
1000w Sony Subwoofer
Sony 650 watt Power Amplifier
Roof Rack with Oak slats for simple loading and off-loading gear.

The body/paint is in good shape but if you are concerned about the look of the paint -- this is NOT the vehicle for you! This jeep was built to go OFF ROAD in EXTREME locations on the most challenging trails. This Jeep is for the advanced off-road drivers -- not for beginners. Over $25,000 in upgrades alone! SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY. Thank you.

Check it out here on Craig's List:

REDUCED! '01 Jeep Wrangler TJ 4.0L w/ 5.5" Lift! (and much more!!!)

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