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I have a 2008 Wrangler 4DR Sahara, Auto Trans. 68,xxx Miles.

All the Sahara features plus..
Dual tops,
Side Aribags,
Tow Package,
Factory Remote Start,
6-Disc radio - Sirius
FULL iPod Integration
U-Connect

Sticker ~$30,500


After market Stuff..

AEV 3.5" Premium Lift ($1,599)
AEV High Steer Kit
AEV Control Arm Brackets ($100)
AEV ProCal
AEV Jack Base
AEV Corner guards ($299
AEV Rear tire Carrier (stock bumpers) ($699)
AEV Snorkel with both tops ($369)
AEV Savagre 17" Black wheels, ($1,075
BFGoodrich 315/70/17 All Terrains (Duratrac spare) ($270 Spare)
Yukon 5.13 gears with full overhaul (6,000 miles ago) ($1,200)
Tom Woods front 1310 driveline ($450)
Mopar Enhanced Rock Rails ($569)
OEM Painted flares were swapped out to non-painted (I do have the painted ones I can put on if buyer wants, or Xenon narrow flat flares)
Off Road Evolution C-Gussets and front Control Arm Skids ($150)
JKS Adjustable Front Upper Control Arms ($305)
MOPAR Heated Seats ($175)
MOPAR Rubber Floor Mats (Stock Carpet mats are in Brand New condition)
Teraflex S/T Sway bar ($535)
Teraflex 1/2" rear spacers ($36)
Gentec Mirror with built in LCD Display ($390)
Back up Camera ($20)
ORO Re-Located License Plate w/CHMSL & plate light ($94)




Now for the bad,
The passengers side door was keyed about a year ago
the skids on the bottom have some dents
There is a driveline vibe from 72-75MPH (prob can be cured by adjusting the control arms) (front driveshaft is NEW)
Tires have 9/32" tread left (spare and wheels are less than a month old)
I did get water inside the transmission about 30,000 miles ago, It was fully flushed and shifts and feels great


Total for the Jeep (When New) $30,500
Total for Mods $8,335+ Labor (except gears)

Id like to get $24,000 for it. It will be out of factory warranty for the next owner but is currently covered under the lifetime powertrain warranty, if there is anything that needs to get fixed, it will be.

I do have all receipts and recently changed both front axles and unit bearings.

Now the nitty gritty.. I owe $16,000 on it still. We would somehow have to figure out a way to divide payment into 2 checks. One to cover loan and the second for the balance. I would then overnight the check to my bank and have them overnight me the loan satisfaction letter.

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Check out AEV's site. They have installation photos and the instructions.. It's a simple install with the OEM bumper.
 
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