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08-20-2011 04:33 PM
InvertChaos $14k isn't too bad for my area. Especially with only 56k miles.
08-20-2011 04:31 PM
ou812 I'm in south Louisiana 70395
Jeep are expensive here
08-20-2011 04:23 PM
TJe0454 id go with the rubi. low mileage, less chance of rust. coil springs, better transfer case, lockers. where are ya located? that will affect the price. i dont think 14k is way overpriced. maybe 13k lowest.
pix pleasee
08-20-2011 03:19 PM
freeskier
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Originally Posted by ou812 View Post
Good to know Jerry
The biggest I'll run is 35's if I buy it

What do you think of this then
88 Yj,hard and soft top,full and half doors
3/4 ton chevy axles,full arb lockers and compressor
Amc 304 with a 5 speed
9" lift 37" tsl"s
Everything new with less than 1000 miles on it
$8000
And I would use it as a 90% highway monster,the guy won't go lower
And he hasn't told me the gear ratio yet but it was built by a guy that built it as a crawler
8k for an 88 YJ, no way. Mods don't hold their value. Way overpriced.
08-20-2011 01:49 PM
Irongrave if your looking for a reasonably priced rig check out the for sale section of Pirate4x4. most CL adds and people are trying to scam or pull a fast one on you.
08-20-2011 01:35 PM
ou812 Good to know Jerry
The biggest I'll run is 35's if I buy it

What do you think of this then
88 Yj,hard and soft top,full and half doors
3/4 ton chevy axles,full arb lockers and compressor
Amc 304 with a 5 speed
9" lift 37" tsl"s
Everything new with less than 1000 miles on it
$8000
And I would use it as a 90% highway monster,the guy won't go lower
And he hasn't told me the gear ratio yet but it was built by a guy that built it as a crawler
08-20-2011 01:28 PM
Jerry Bransford Rubi lockers are reliable enough until you start abusing them with excessively large tire sizes like 37" or hammering them excessively on extreme level trails. $14K sounds excessive for an '04 Rubicon though, I paid less than that for mine last year after my previous TJ was stolen.
08-20-2011 01:25 PM
ou812
How reliable are rubi lockers

04 rubi
32" mtr's
Silver soft top full door 5 speed,offroad lights 56k miles near mint shape never been offroad
Warn winch,bumpers and tire carrier

$14000

How reliable are the stock rubi 44 lockers?
I sold my Tj cause I want either a rubi or a built Yj
If rubi lockers suck I'll pass on it,is that price pretty low?

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