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For Sale 2004 Jeep Wrangler LJ $37000 (42, tons, ORI)

Ahamilton24

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This is a clean fresh build. Has 1 trail ride on it to Hawk Pride. Jeep came from VA Beach and was immaculate. Have original pictures of the jeep. Frame was clean and no rust on the body. Built this as a crawler and going a different route with some things in life. Interested in an ultra 4 car set up or 1st or 2nd gen Camaros.

2004 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited
115 wheel base
42 Trep Comp with 17 kmc grenade beadlocks
4.0 Automatic with a 231 (atlas expected in April)
SD60/10.5 5.38 gears Yukon zip lockers
Warn premium hubs
Busted knuckle histeer arms
Psc full hydro for tj with race ram and cooler
Ori struts 14/16 inch
Motobilt armor all color matched pw1
Motobilt 4 link front and rear with skid plate
Wide open design 2.25 lowers and hiem joints
Motobilt front bumper and back half kit with stubby rear bumper
Corbeau Seats with 40 inch rear bench
MLC6 switch pod
Motobilt fuel cell
kC gravity headlights and rock lights
Tom woods drive shafts

have these parts in the garage I was waiting to install until I took it out for its first shake down.

Warn VR 10kS
motobilt inner fenders
Cage being built middle of February

Price does not include other big parts being added. Once cage is installed price will increase. Atlas can be purchased and held in line as well.

Can be contacted on here or at 6062727996.
Thanks, Alex
 

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Ahamilton24

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Lexington, KY
Just like the economy. Cage is going in right now actually then itll be right on point. But some people like beer canned rigs and hammering it out to accomplish something. More to rock crawling than banging the whole thing off everything and saying you climbed it. But to each their own.
 

jeeptj99

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Cleveland Tn
Just like the economy. Cage is going in right now actually then itll be right on point. But some people like beer canned rigs and hammering it out to accomplish something. More to rock crawling than banging the whole thing off everything and saying you climbed it. But to each their own.

moments before this post was made, crack was smoked
 
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