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    Value on a 2015 jeep rubicon hardrock with dtd, axles, ect

    Just about to finish the build on my new 2015 jeep rubicon and im thinking about switching gears and selling it. What would be a realistic asking price? It has the following.

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    Evo double throwdown with upgraded king 2.5 rear bypass shocks.
    Dana spicer ultimate dana 60 axles
    Psc hydro assist
    Psc aluminium front and rear fenders
    Evo pro series rear bumper and tire carrier with corners
    Evo rock sliders
    Evo rocker panel armor
    Genright front bumper
    Warn zeon 9.5
    40" toyos
    Trail ready bead locks
    Arb twin compressor under the hood.
    Synergy front tie rod,track bar,drag link
    Switch pro's
    1350 driveshafts
    Artec full skid plate

    Im probably forgetting a few things but thats the majority.
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    Token East Coast Guy MR.Ty's Avatar
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    Why would you put all that work into it just to sell? Have you even taken it off road?
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    You built a VERY specialized jeep. As a starting point, maybe the cost of the jeep - 10% plus half the cost of all your mods. Honestly, not trying to be a jerk but the people who buy these type of rigs have opinions too; whether it be axles, wheels, hoods, tire carriers and are likely not to pay a premium for those parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MR.Ty View Post
    Why would you put all that work into it just to sell? Have you even taken it off road?
    Quote Originally Posted by 07JKSahara View Post
    You built a VERY specialized jeep. As a starting point, maybe the cost of the jeep - 10% plus half the cost of all your mods. Honestly, not trying to be a jerk but the people who buy these type of rigs have opinions too; whether it be axles, wheels, hoods, tire carriers and are likely not to pay a premium for those parts.
    What they said.

    I think it will be hard to get your money back out of it. Especially considering you haven't put any miles on it and gotten any value for yourself.
    I think I may consider lifting my Jeep. Or not.
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    It has been my experience that adding aftermarket parts or modifying a vehicle usually depreciates it's value not increase it. The only time this doesn't hold true is when you find that needle-in-a-haystack of a buyer.

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    Yeah i definitely couldn't take a loss on it. $80k would be the the lowest id go. Just throwing it out there if someone was looking to buy a jeep and do all the modifications mine has they would be well over 80k so they might be willing to over look a tire carrier or bumper because of the savings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeper52 View Post
    Yeah i definitely couldn't take a loss on it. $80k would be the the lowest id go. Just throwing it out there if someone was looking to buy a jeep and do all the modifications mine has they would be well over 80k so they might be willing to over look a tire carrier or bumper because of the savings.
    Man, for $80k I sure would think that someone could build damn near the same rig and it be brand new.

    $40-45k for the Jeep, $17k for Dynatrac axles, and $20k for suspension. They might go a bit over $80k, but then the history is 100% known.

    Sorry man and good luck with the sale if you choose to do it.
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    I'll give you book value.. Right now !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ERAUGrad04 View Post
    Man, for $80k I sure would think that someone could build damn near the same rig and it be brand new.

    $40-45k for the Jeep, $17k for Dynatrac axles, and $20k for suspension. They might go a bit over $80k, but then the history is 100%

    Sorry man and good luck with the sale if you choose to do it.
    Dont forget about laybor, psc, bumpers, skid plates, wheels tires ect

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    I understand where you're coming from. $80k is a lot for a jeep built by someone else. The thing is, we all like jeeps, so we'd buy another one. So they're typically worth more to the owner than anyone else.

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