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I have some items taking up space since putting on my Clayton Offroad suspension lift. The prices listed are my best estimate of a reasonable price based on information I've found online. Some of the prices may be negotiable especially if you want multiple things.

4.10 gears for Dana 44.................. $50 ea
front lower control arms.................. $10
front upper control arms................. $10
rear lower control arms.................. $10
rear upper control arms.................. $10
front swaybar links......................... $10
front trackbar................................ $10
rear trackbar................................. $10
coils............................................. $40
front driveshaft.............................. $50
rear driveshaft............................... $50
Dana 44 differential covers.............. $5 ea
evap. canister bracket..................... $5
lower center dash trim panel............ $5
steering stabilizer...........................$10
 

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Everything is just shy of 5,000 miles.
 

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Thanks for the tip. Did you put out all of your suspension components or just certain things? I'd rather sell it to the community if possible and avoid the selling costs. I'm not really hurting for space or anything. We have a large basement and all of the stuff is sitting safely in a corner. On the other hand, I wouldn't mind having some extra dough to buy some other junk for the Jeep.
 

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No they are stock links. The Rubicon has an electronic disconnect it works via a mechanism on the bar not the links.
 

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I am intrested in your front coil springs..........price and shipping to AZ zip 85051
 

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What zip code are you located at? Parcel post shipping for the springs (I had them weighed at the post office) is $34.58 from Georgia to Arizona. It's not worth it to me for that offer unless your zip code has a much better rate. I'd net less than $5 after gas, PayPal fees, and shipping charges were considered.
Well, remember I am operating as a business. I ship in volume with FedEx and therefore have discounts, and accept visa/mastercard directly so I skip out on paypal fees and such.

Though, I probably should've said $20.
 

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I might be interested in the D44 is it a front? how much?
 

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I'm not selling my Dana 44. I am selling the 4.10 gears and original differential covers.
 

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how much for the rear 4.10
 

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Updated the prices and cleaned up the list.
 

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Added front axle shafts.
 

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Front axle shafts sold. List updated.
 

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Last chance on these. I'll probably take the remaining items to the recycling center to sell as scrap within a week or so.
 

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interested in the rear shaft if its still available
 
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