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post #1 of 13 Old 07-31-2010, 12:33 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone know a good place to donate misc. take off parts?

I don't really want to post this up in the "Free" section as I don't want to deal with shipping any of it, but I'm happy to donate all the take off parts (as well as my custom built hard top rolling rack) to a new home.

I sold my jeep and just want the stuff out of my garage.

There is a tie rod, drag link, a few control arms, a set of stock Sahara springs/shocks, maybe a few other things too.

I'm in Portland/Vancouver but can meet any of you guys somewhere convenient if you are interested in them. I don't care if you resell them, use them, build a boat anchor out of them, whatever, I just need the space!

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I might be able to use the hard top rack. Got any pics (or even a more detailed description)?

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33x15.50 Dick Cepek FC-II tires on ProComp 8179 16x10 wheels (winter)
33x11.50 Hankook M/T RT03 tires on ProComp 8179 16x8 wheels (the rest of the year)
Safari Straps 3 piece kit, grab handles and fire extinguisher mount
Raingler overhead shelf
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First pic is before the wood was covered by carpet for padding...the top sits nice and even, stable, and has the back uprights to stop it from rolling backward (they're covered in pipe insulation to keep from scratching also. it's on casters so it rolls well on a garage floor.



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How about a local 4X4 club?
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The rack for the hard top looks really handy.I'll gladly take it off of your hands.

-Wes

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33x15.50 Dick Cepek FC-II tires on ProComp 8179 16x10 wheels (winter)
33x11.50 Hankook M/T RT03 tires on ProComp 8179 16x8 wheels (the rest of the year)
Safari Straps 3 piece kit, grab handles and fire extinguisher mount
Raingler overhead shelf
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The rack for the hard top looks really handy.I'll gladly take it off of your hands.

-Wes
send me a message with your info so we can figure out how to get it to you...
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Ryan,

Just wanted to say thanks for meeting up with me yesterday and hooking me up with the parts. Sooner or later I'm going to find a use for the tie rod, draglink and steering stab as mine are all banged up.

As for the rest of the stuff, I'll find a place for it too.

Thanks again.
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great to meet you guys, thank you for taking them off my hands...i'll still be around this site even though my JK is off to greener pastures, looking forward to seeing some photos of you beating the snot out of them
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The rack for the hard top looks really handy.I'll gladly take it off of your hands.

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thanks Wes, give your wife my apologies (again) about the shitty directions...

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thanks Wes, give your wife my apologies (again) about the shitty directions...

I just checked, and she is still speaking to me - so it's all good

Thanks again!

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33x15.50 Dick Cepek FC-II tires on ProComp 8179 16x10 wheels (winter)
33x11.50 Hankook M/T RT03 tires on ProComp 8179 16x8 wheels (the rest of the year)
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I don't really want to post this up in the "Free" section as I don't want to deal with shipping any of it, but I'm happy to donate all the take off parts (as well as my custom built hard top rolling rack) to a new home.

I sold my jeep and just want the stuff out of my garage.

There is a tie rod, drag link, a few control arms, a set of stock Sahara springs/shocks, maybe a few other things too.

I'm in Portland/Vancouver but can meet any of you guys somewhere convenient if you are interested in them. I don't care if you resell them, use them, build a boat anchor out of them, whatever, I just need the space!

You sold the Jeep?!?!
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Thanks again for the parts. Just put the tie rod and draglink on today.
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