|04-24-2006 03:52 PM|
|1BLKJP||Sold some stuff like control arms and springs etc. Some guy looking to put his back to stock to sell it. The rest just got junked. I've modified mine to a point where I can't even put the OEM stuff back on if I wanted to.|
|04-23-2006 02:01 PM|
|rich1014||On the side of the house (the side that doesn't show). That side is now well protected from drive by shootings. . .|
|04-22-2006 07:02 PM|
|4Jeepn||Basement storage...then that filled up so it went in the garage.. then the lawn... and now I am thinking the dinning room is plenty big enough for the table and the spare bumpers....|
|04-22-2006 11:22 AM|
yea sometimes it's a pain in the rear to ship that stuff especially for no more than i get out of it. what makes it worthwhile is once in awhile i sell something and have no idea why someone would pay that much for it.
does take the edge of buying new parts.
|04-22-2006 10:55 AM|
|jeeperman||All my stuff got junked... Too much trouble to pack it up and ship it all over the country. Or, maybe I am just lazy...|
|04-22-2006 09:00 AM|
although if your into keeping it forever think twice about any oem you sell. my 69 galaxie fastback 429 thunder-jet is kind of hard to find parts for nowadays.
|04-22-2006 07:21 AM|
Parts after lift
So what does everyone do with the oem parts once the new goodies are installed? Suspension, transfer case shafts, driveshafts, etc.......
Do you guys hang on to the stuff and eventually end up scrapping it or throwing stuff out? I am sure to buy new from Mopar the stuff aint cheap so I didn't want to just toss it out just yet, but if thats what happens I probably will.