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    Miscellaneous TJ parts.

    Figured I'd give you guys a chance at this stuff as well. Just a lot of stock take off parts but someone around me may need them to get their Jeep back on the road or for a project.
    Stock takeoff fenders. Asking elsewhere 100 for the pair but for you guys I'll go 80. IMG_20180131_115747.jpgIMG_20180131_115728.jpgIMG_20180131_115725.jpgIMG_20180131_115717.jpg
    Stock auto transmission and transfer case. They are joined at the moment but can be split. 160 for each or 300 for both.
    Stock radiator-35$
    Fender battery trays-15 dollars each
    Stock rear driveshaft-55$
    Rear steel bumper with reverse lights mounted-35$
    Brand New fenders still in their boxes-120$ for pair
    Stock Steel wheels 5x4.5-35$ for all four.IMG_20180131_131953.jpgIMG_20180131_131939.jpgIMG_20180131_131933.jpg I've probably got some other stuff lying around. PM me offers and I'll try to stay reasonable. I would prefer local pickup (Portland, Oregon) but will entertain shipping and will lower price to include shipping if need be to the prices I have listed.

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    Almost forgot, also the stock rear axle. Idk what it's worth lol. 3.73 gearing. Make me an offer

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    Bumpity bump.

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    Have a battery hold down, the plastic part with bolt?

    Rear windsheild wiper cover?

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    No for two reasons, I've never had a battery hold down, that thing just bounces around the engine bay, and unfortunately I'm not cool enough to have rest wipers on my hard top.
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    Have a battery hold down, the plastic part with bolt?

    Rear windsheild wiper cover?
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