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post #1 of 14 Old 11-01-2016, 10:25 AM Thread Starter
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Arrow Secure's 15 Rubi November Garage Sale

Goal of this thread is to get rid of all these items in the month of November so bring your cash and bring your offers! All offers read, reasonable offers accepted.
PM with serious interest. Prices should be inline with market or cheaper....

All parts removed from 2015 Rubi JKU
Available for pick up in Dallas, TX or shipped on buyers dime..... Funds expected via paypal.

1) Evo Rockstar Skids for Dana 44 Rear - $old

2) Factory Steering box with pump, hose, reservoir - $old

3) 4 Spidertrax Jeep 5 on 5" x 1-3/4" Thick Wheel Spacer Kit black - $old


4) 4 Spidertrax Wheel Adapter Kit 5x5in to 5x5.5in Blue - $100


5) Rubi D44 4:10 gears front & rear with 15k miles - no issues - $100

6) 10k winch - generic brand with remote and wired control, cable is like new - works fine just never use - $old

7) Rubi Rails for JKU - $100


8) Factory rear track bar - $20
9) Factory Front Tie rod, no issues - $30
10) Factory control arms rear upper and lower - $35
11) Factory ebrake cables - $35
12) Rear Hardrock Bumper no caps - $old
13) Factory Brake Master Cylinder - $40

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post #2 of 14 Old 11-03-2016, 11:51 AM
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Would you take $75 for the Wheel spacers?
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Would you take $75 for the Wheel spacers?
yes and sold to you Sir!

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Offers? Try me.....

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Up.....Dated

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Hardware included on the Rear Skids? How much of a pain are they to install...?

2008 JKU, ProComps, 35 Kevlar MT/R's, Dana 44s, locked, 5.13, Artic Trusses, RCVs, all types of OR-Fab stuff, PIAA's, 2.5in Suspension lift, Adams driveshaft, Teraflex SpeedBumps, Warn Winch and some other goodies...

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Old shit needs fixed. Facts.
Shit run off-road needs fixed. Fact.
Old shit run off-road needs fixed more often yet. Fact.
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I do have the original hardware (read: used). Installation is not difficult.
Here is what you would be getting but with some rash on them.....Easily could be cleaned up and painted if you wanted them to look nice for the mall.


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I do have the original hardware (read: used). Installation is not difficult.
Here is what you would be getting but with some rash on them.....Easily could be cleaned up and painted if you wanted them to look nice for the mall.

I mean, don't you think that re-painting them neon pink will be great for the mall!

Does this require cutting? Or no?

2008 JKU, ProComps, 35 Kevlar MT/R's, Dana 44s, locked, 5.13, Artic Trusses, RCVs, all types of OR-Fab stuff, PIAA's, 2.5in Suspension lift, Adams driveshaft, Teraflex SpeedBumps, Warn Winch and some other goodies...

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Old shit needs fixed. Facts.
Shit run off-road needs fixed. Fact.
Old shit run off-road needs fixed more often yet. Fact.
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Correction, Cutting is required.......

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FYI: The Rockstars DO require cutting off about 1 1/2" of the factory shock mount.
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TTT - Hoping to get this out of my way this month. Bring me offers........big, small......

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pic of bumper?
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