1999 1 Ton Jeep Wrangler TJ Sport (Jackson, MS)
It has come for me to part ways with my Jeep. I want to down grade to something milder so trades for a stock or MILDLY modded TJ/Rubicon/LJ will be considered. I drive this jeep all of the time on the street up to 80 mph and it works great on the trail. I built it to be a dual purpose jeep and it does the job great. I have wheeled this Jeep twice since the build so the axles/suspension/shocks/tires are pretty much new.
1999 Jeep Wrangler TJ, 4.0, 5-speed with 79,0000 original miles
Forest Green in color, tan interior, dual air bags, cruise control, A/C, Heat, Pioneer CD player, Pioneer speakers, Full hard doors w/ 20% tint, Bestop replace-a-top with clear windows and clover patch window bag, Bestop safari top, and Bestop Deck cover (all dark tan in color). There are 3 auxiliary switches using the stock bezel for front and rear fog lights & the third is wired but not used. Auxiliary reverse lights are wired up but none are installed.
HP Ford Dana 60 front axle
5:13 gears, Full case Detroit locker, Alloy USA inner and outer shafts with Spicer U-joints, Teraflex drive flanges, High steer arm on passenger side, 1.5 DOM Tie Rod and Drag link with ¾ heims, 2x2x.25” truss tied into the diff, all new bearings, calipers, rotors, seals, studs, etc.
14 Bolt Full Floating rear axle
5:13 gears, Welded spider gears (Lincoln locked) so they can be removed and replaced with a different locker, ¾ ton disc brakes, 2.5”x2.5”x.25” truss tied into the diff, GreatLakesOffroad differential cover and pinion guard.
Custom 3 link front with panhard bar and single triangulated 4 link rear
Stretched the Jeep to around 107” of wheelbase. The lowers are made using 1.25 Currie Johnny Joints at the frame end and poly bushings at the axle end. The uppers use the 1.25 Currie Johnny Joints at the axle end and Ballistic Fabrication flex joints at the frame. All arms are adjustable and made of 2”x2”x.25” wall square tubing (just like the Clayton kits). Rubicon Express RXT2620 shocks front and rear. The axle brackets are all high clearance so nothing is hanging below the axles.
39.5x13.50x17 Bias Iroks with 85% tread on Hummer H2 wheels (rock rash)
NP231 with Advance Adapters HD SYE kit
Currie Antirock Sway bar up front
Poly Performance limiting straps in the rear
Custom steering box brace
BTF grille hoop and stinger kit on a custom front bumper
Custom rear bumper
ToysXTroy winch mount
Rubicon Express 4.5 front coil springs
Stock XJ rear coil springs
Custom Cold air intake with throttle body spacer
Banks Headers with Dynomax muffler
AtoZ Fabrication Rocker guards with tube step
Modified Poison Spyder rear corner guards
AtoZ Fabrication/Custom through the dash cage addition with frame tie-ins at the rear
RCI aluminum fuel cell using factory sending unit/pump behind the rear seat.
Motion/shock censored alarm system
Hurst shifter knob
Hi-lift Jack mount behind the front seats
Lock box under the passenger seat
Custom cross member with separate ¼” skid plate
LED front turn signals and rear tail lights
MasterCraft lap belts up front
I also have Dana 300 that I planned on installing in the TJ that already has a 4:1 kit in it and the Novak adapter so it will bolt onto the AX-15.
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I am asking $16,500. I am located right outside of Jackson, MS.
Im actually really interested. This is exactly what I was gonna do with mine but I see you said youd be interested in trading for something mildly built. I have a 97' TJ, same colr actually, with 70K on the clock. Has 4" skyjacker lift w/ 33" Pro Comp mud terrains, black rock crawler rims, M8000 winch, upgraded speakers in dash and a sound bar, 2 10" subs w/ 1000w amp, diff guards front and rear w/ 4.88's in the D30 and 35, HD die rod, hard top(tan), soft top(tan), half doors w/ soft and hard upper slider windows(tan), bikini top (black), cutsom built sliders, and a 2 1/2" exhaust. How much extra $$ would you be looking to get on top of a trade for that if your interested?
Holy Cow. You are going to get rid of that jeep? Are you crazy? :eek:
Lol, thats what I was thinking. Strange thing is, I was gettin ready to build my Jeep just like that.
Its alright. Thanks anyway.
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