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Started life as a 2008. Lots of custom work. Lift is only 2.5-3" over stock once you do the tire equation. Front frame was frenched to allow drag link to pass through at full wheel stuff. Rear frame was bobbed and a custom tuber chassis was built. The hitch is fully functional. Front frame was bobbed as well. The Control Arm geometry was done on a program to minimize squat by calculating mount bracket locations. Rear was comp cut to accommodate stretch. Current miles on new engine and build are 8,000 miles. Here is the build list:

-Dana 60 Front (Factory Disk Brake)
-14 Bolt Rear (Factory Disk Brake)
-Rear stretched 6"
-Front pushed forward 3"
-5.38 Gears
-40" Cooper STT's
-Custom 3-Link front and rear
-2.5" Aluminum lowers
-Custom Double Sleeve DOM Upper Links
-Heim Joint Steering
-RuffStuff 1-Ton Tie Rod
-Atrec HD Crossmember with LCA bracket links
-1350 Front and rear Shaft
-FOA 12" coil over (mounts built for 14")
-Custom Hoop Suspension mount system with crossbars on the front and rear
-Rear frame chopped and tubed buggy rear frame built
-Front frame bobbed
-Hauk Offroad Builder Bumper Modified
-Fuel Cell relocated to behind rear seat
-L33 Aluminum Block (479hp - 390 rear wheel)
-.020 on cylinders
-Texas Speed Low Lift Cam
-Copper Trunnion Kit
-243 Heads
-TBSS Intake
-Tube headers
-Hot Rod Wiring harness
-Standalone harness
-Goat Built Accessory Drive Brackets
-4l65E Transmission
-Monster build kit
-Billet corvette servo
-Winters Performance Sidewinder gate Shifter
-Rubicon Transfercase
-Full PSC Hydro-Assist System
-Hydro-Boost Conversion
-Hi-Flo Mod for Hydro-Boost module
-Custom brake line running down upper link to center Axle then out to Wheels
-Rear mounted Transmission cooler
-Custom wiring done to isolate entire electrical system
-Cooler fans placed on switches for on/off during water crossing or other needs.
-Push button start with FOB
-Kill switch
-PSC Steering column
-Quick connect steering wheel
-Custom made buggy dash
-Poison Spyder Trail Gate
-40,000 BTU heater


Thats the big stuff I can think of off the top of my head. I know I'm forgetting stuff. There still a ton more that can be done but this rig runs trails great as is and rips on the road with no issues. Keep in mind this Jeep in not a mall crawler. It's a real jeep. I built it to perform and be able to daily drive. But everything is maintained great and works.

I'd like to try and get $35,000.00

Jeep is located in Castle Rock, Co. I can meet in Colorado Springs also.
 

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