|04-09-2013 03:26 PM|
|Rooster454||I sold my rubi springs for $110 and shocks for $80 I think. Front bumper with fogs and hooks sold for $150 on CL|
|04-09-2013 03:01 PM|
|HK_Runner||This is great. I don't expect to get rich. In fact, the Jeep will all but ensure my poverty. It will be great to make enough money to hit Moab and Telluride for a couple of long weekends, and not have to rough it.|
|04-09-2013 02:58 PM|
You probably will be able to sell it all for the right price. I posted my stock suspension (almost all the components such as control arms, springs, and trackbars) and the stock rims/tires and someone called almost immediately to buy everything as a package deal for $1,600 bucks.
My friend sold his front and rear stock bumpers for $200 for the set in a couple of days.
Just don't expect to get rich off the parts.
|04-09-2013 01:11 PM|
Getting my Rubi modified- will the OEM stuff sell on CL?
Once I get my 2012 JKR modded, I will be left with a bunch of stock stuff. I am trying to get a better handle on what is worth storing to sell. If something isn't, there is no point in me bringing it back and storing it. I know the OEM wheels/tires, will sell, as will the shocks/springs. How about:
Front & rear driveshafts (easy to store)
Bumpers (hard to store)
Control arms (easy to store)
Trackbar (easy to store)
I guess the bumpers are the biggest problem. I don't see anyone needing those unless they got into a wreck and wanted to stay OEM. Not too sure about the control arms and driveshafts.
I could store all this if I wanted to turn the Jeep back into stock, IF I decided to trade it in or sell it in a year or two, I guess. Just not sure what I should do. What would you guys do?