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    How much for the coils springs?

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    FS: Left over parts from my jeep (king shocks and things)

    Quote Originally Posted by Laurent View Post
    How much for the coils springs?

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    I dont have springs, just the shocks.

    Also pic of the shocks finally, they need to be cleaned and you will see the bent shaft which is $85 from king

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    Quote Originally Posted by hinrichs View Post
    I dont have springs, just the shocks.

    Also pic of the shocks finally, they need to be cleaned and you will see the bent shaft which is $85 from king

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    Damn the east coast winters do a number on those. GLWS

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    BUMP

    Price drop on the kings, need them to go as I am tired of moving them around my garage. 1000 shipped

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    Balljoints still available?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattfl View Post
    Balljoints still available?
    Yes they are.

    Sold
    Last edited by hinrichs; 08-22-2018 at 08:35 PM.

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    Received them today! Great doin business with ya!

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    First post updated, added 2 things I forgot about.

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    Shocks sold locally

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    Forgot about this, but this is what I still have. Also some other random things.

    2. Tuffy JKU security deck, older better style 275 that has a lip around the top for storage. $350

    3. Evo offset fairlead/light mount $40 shipped

    4. JKU soft top cover - JTOPSUSA. Makes taking off your soft top easy as it goes around the top when its folded down and secures it together. Used 2 times. $100 shipped

    5. Bestop 81041-09 Charcoal All Weather Trail Cover $125 shipped. Great cover, waterproof and easy to install with no doors and no soft top installed. Ran it a few times and it was perfect.

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