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03-27-2012 08:59 PM
DirtyMyrtle Would you be concerned about the Dana 35 with 33x1250 tires. Some guys in here were saying with the diff locking it could break it?
03-27-2012 08:53 PM
backwards 4 cyl. go for a bit less . I would offer 7k to 7.6k
03-27-2012 08:51 PM
DirtyMyrtle
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Originally Posted by XJ Knight View Post
Pics? Which rear axle does it have? how much rust and where?


Welcome To WF

Ok guys, here's the response I got from the seller.


- What should my concerns be?
-What would you pay if it was you looking to buy?
Ps. I'm at the beach in SC so no plans to ever rock crawl with this or take in a bunch of mud. Just local trails and beach (sand) crushing in North Carolina.


- 100,276miles
- 4 cylinder
- AC/HEAT = Heat works, Needs AC compressor.
- Am/fm cassette
- ABS? = Not sure
- Hardtop? = No soft top
- General Condition? = Good condition
- How much tire tread left? = All terrain very good shape and tread


-Which axel in the rear? = Don't know what you want to know other than Lock Right Locker by Power Tracks
- Dana 35 or Dana 44?= I know it's not a 44
- What's the rust situation like? = Dime size spot on one door
- Do you know if it has a Slip Yoke Eliminator or does it use transfer case spacers? = Unknown
Cruise control? = No


-What would you pay if it was you looking to buy?
Thanks y'all are really helping a newb out!
03-27-2012 01:30 AM
Jeeplover1 i agree nice jeep but look under it and see if its been road hard?
03-27-2012 01:24 AM
XJ Knight Without knowing anything more... 8-9K is what I would sell it for so if im the perspective buyer I'd offer 7500..
03-27-2012 12:03 AM
DirtyMyrtle Thanks XJ Knight.

Thats literally all the info I have.
Im negotiating with the owner now.
I am a HUGE newb to Wranglers so I don't even know what questions to ask.

What would you offer based on that info?
03-27-2012 12:01 AM
DirtyMyrtle
Here are the Pictures

Pictures to above jeep.
03-27-2012 12:01 AM
XJ Knight Pics? Which rear axle does it have? how much rust and where?


Welcome To WF
03-26-2012 11:56 PM
DirtyMyrtle
I NEED EXPERT ADVICE! What should I offer for this Wrangler TJ?

Based on this information what would you all offer for this jeep?

I need help! SolD my offroad Grand Cherokee years ago and need to get back into the jeep offroad family.

Here's the info I have right now:
1997 Jeep Wrangler, TJ 33x1250 tires, good condition, 3 1/2 lift, winch bumper with 8000 lb ramsey winch, off road lights on bumper, 5 speed, locking rear differintial, sound bar, roll cage, approx 100,000 miles.

ANY ADVICE IS APPRECIATED!

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