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  • Feeler: 2004 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

    I'm *considering* selling my Jeep. It's a 2004 LJ, built to be bombproof outdoors yet street-drivable. I have a C6/7 injury & use this independently. Miles are low (20,000ish) & has tons of life left on it. It's dirty in the photos (hey, it has a purpose!) but it's in great shape. Modifications are extensive & listed below. I'm not listing a price, but if you want to PM me a serious offer, I'll consider it.







    4.0L AMC 242 6-cylinder engine
    4-speed automatic transmission
    19-gallon fuel tank
    4.88 Yukon differential gears
    Dana 30 front axle with ARB Air Locker
    Dana 44 rear axle with ARB Air Locker
    Alloy USA chromoly axle shafts, front and rear
    Alloy USA aluminum front axle tube seals
    Daystar 1″ aluminum body lift
    OffRoadOnly 4″ AiROCK air suspension (adjustable between 2-7")
    Rubicon Express adjustable control arms
    Edelbrock shocks designed for ORO
    35×12.50″ Interco Trxus MT tires
    15×8″ ProComp rock crawler steel wheels
    OffRoadOnly SwayLoc Dual-rate front swaybar
    Full Traction Heavy Duty rear swaybar
    Currie Enterprises HD Steering
    Advance Adapters HD Slip Yoke Eliminator
    Tom Woods double-cardan drive shafts, front and rear
    Kilby Enterprises Onboard Air system
    York engine-driven high-volume air compressor
    AEM air intake w/ throttle body spacer
    Safari Gard rear bumper
    CRS custom front bumper
    Warn 9.5XP winch
    OffRoadOnly LiteDots (LED tail/reverse lights)
    Custom exocage
    Custom rocker guards
    Custom tire carrier / tailgate w/ hydraulic open/close mechanism
    AutoLoc remote control for entry/exit/lift
    Blue Torch Fabworks comp corners
    Blue Torch Fabworks differential covers
    Jeep Medic Fabrication high-clearance transfer case skid plate
    Nth Degree Mobility oil pan skid plate
    Kilby Enterprises steering box skid plate
    Kilby Enterprises gas tank skid plate
    Xenon 6″ fender flares
    Ricon Mobility Uni-Lite wheelchair lift
    Ricon Mobility 6-way transfer seat base
    Sure Grip hand controls
    Custom soft top
    Optima Yellow Top battery

  • #2
    [jealous] and wish I had the money
    T-7 Complete
    "If you don't like something, change it; if you can't change it, change the way you think about it."

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    • #3
      Oh i so want that
      If you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best.


      Sometimes it is easier to widen doors than it is to open minds.

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      • #4
        how much?

        How much do you want for it?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by new dimension View Post
          How much do you want for it?
          i'm not putting a price on it right now, but its value is relatively high. i'll entertain offers but i don't want to share my bottom line at this point. i have some other ideas i'm kicking around if i don't sell it directly.

          getting rid of it is just a consideration right now. i don't need to keep it & could clear some student loans, etc, etc... but i don't need to get rid of it.

          it's fun though.

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          • #6
            Your jeep looks great. I have a 94 cherokee sport that I've toyed with selling but can't bear to part with.
            -Dusty

            ---C5-incomplete "walking quad", Dec.28,2005---

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            • #7
              Damn! You certainly didn't cut any corners. Now that I've actually learned about Jeeps, I see you put a lot of nice parts on that.

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              • #8
                I'd love that, just so I could park it in a handicap spot at the walmart and see how many people stare. sadly, my wife and my bank account agree that this will never happen.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by CrassPip View Post
                  Your jeep looks great. I have a 94 cherokee sport that I've toyed with selling but can't bear to part with.
                  if you can't bear to part w/ it, don't! you still driving it?

                  Originally posted by JAYCUE View Post
                  Damn! You certainly didn't cut any corners. Now that I've actually learned about Jeeps, I see you put a lot of nice parts on that.
                  yup.

                  Originally posted by taziar View Post
                  I'd love that, just so I could park it in a handicap spot at the walmart and see how many people stare. sadly, my wife and my bank account agree that this will never happen.
                  that's not really a good reason to have a Jeep, but okay.

                  funny thing is my wife is more determined to keep the rig than I am.

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                  • #10
                    Nice Jeep. How high is the seat off of the bed? Looks like it would be a high/low transfer. What's the inside head clearance height in the bed? Seems like you have to watch your head going in and out. It's nice to see a very capable offroad vehicle that's quad friendly other than a Quigley. Is that your cage design you had fabricated or did it come from a handicap accessible mod. company? You've given me another option to think about when I'm ready to look at a 4x4.

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                    • #11
                      The photo doesn't show seat height well, but from where i park my chair, the seat is around 18-19" high. It's a little lower than my chair, but not too much. The Jeep's tub is higher in the rear than it is up front & attempting to lower it would've required a lot of changes underneath.

                      Inside head clearance, not sure. My head touches the top if I sit up straight, but I'm really only in my chair for a brief time before transferring. I do duck a little to get in, but it's no big deal.

                      The cage was custom fabricated.

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                      • #12
                        Amazing rig and before you sell it could we feature it on the Disabled Explorers website along with some stories from you about your adventures in it?
                        It would be an incredible inspiration to others...just looking at your rig makes me want to go play in the dirt
                        www.disabledexplorers.org
                        Backcountry recreation for the disabled in the Wheelchair Accessible Van for Expeditions

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                        • #13
                          would be just right for nyc.

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                          • #14
                            Jealous here, it would be just right for my elk hunting trips, go to where they are.

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                            • #15
                              I can't believe I haven't seen this before Scott, too cool!
                              C5-6 Complete - 8/13/1982

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