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    JKUR Needs a New Home

    2012 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon (JKUR)
    Navigation/Bluetooth/Satalite
    Premium Alpine audio sound system
    87K Miles
    Oil Changed every 5K
    All recommended maintenance performed (T-Case, Trans, Diffs, Brakes, rotations, etc)

    Asking (price drop) $30,000


    I've had an amazing time with my JK. Made a ton of new friends and had more adventures than I could possibly imagine. My life for the next several years will be too busy to enjoy one Jeep as much as I'd like, let alone two. So with the craving to build my JL, and set some funds aside for my kids' jeep in the near future, it's time to depart with my JK. She deserves a good home. She's fun to drive and has been tested. She's FAR more capable than the current owner, that is for sure.

    Here's what this Rubicon has to offer it's next owner:

    Suspension/Driveline
    EVO 4” Enforcer
    King 2.5 bypass shocks
    King Front Bumpstops
    Currie HD Tie Rod
    1350 JE Reel Front DS
    Rear "Revolution" Chromoly axel hafts
    5.13 gears
    EVO no limits manual disconnect
    Dynatrac Rear Dif cover
    Stainless Brake Lines
    Factory e-lockers front/rear

    Bumpers
    LOD Armor Lite Stubby with Stinger
    EVO Cage Tire Carrier
    EVO Rear Aluminum Fascia
    EVO D-ring mounts
    Winch Fairlead Holder
    Smitty Fairlead to LED Holder

    Armor
    Rock Hard 4x4 Sport Cage (custom silver)
    EVO Skins
    EVO Sliders
    EVO C2 Axle Gussets
    EVO Front Control Arm Skids
    EVO Oil Pan Skid
    EVO Transmission Skid
    EVO Rock Star Skids
    EVO Corner Armor
    PS Evap Skid

    Wheels/Tires
    Level 8 ZX Wheels (with extra wheel guards)
    37” Nitto Trail Grapplers

    Aux Power and Lighting
    Oddessey extreme deep cycle battery
    Switch-Pro Power System
    Truck-Lites
    EVO A-pillar light mounts
    LED Lighting (Rock lights, front spots, light bar)

    Misc Other
    Premium Softtop
    Silver Spider Web Shade
    Custom built trunk deck/secure storage.
    Bartact/Trek Armor seat covers
    All-weather floor mats
    TeraFlex Mud Flaps
    Tinted front windows
    Misc. extra spare parts, trail spares, etc

    I'll post some pics soon. PM with any questions. Reasonable offers considered.
    Last edited by JAGS; 05-05-2019 at 09:40 PM.
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    Great Jeep and heck of a buy if your getting into a Jeep.
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    Great Jeep and a great price for a lucky buyer.
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    That’s a smoking deal for someone.


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    The damn JL fever is so contagious. That is a hell of a deal. Good luck with the sale!


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    Quote Originally Posted by HighwayTrout View Post
    Great Jeep and heck of a buy if your getting into a Jeep.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey View Post
    Great Jeep and a great price for a lucky buyer.
    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
    That’s a smoking deal for someone.


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    Shit, hopefully I’m not asking too little. It was hard to price out all the extras. In fact, I even forgot to list the Currie HD Tie Rod I added not too long ago. And the EVO no limits.

    Updated the first post.

    I’ll also be going through the trail spares and misc spare parts. Some of these are quite valuable. Just off the top, probably easily $1.5-$2k. I’ll either include in a fair offer or sell separately if need be.
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    That's a great deal. How old is your son? Why not save it for him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    That's a great deal. How old is your son? Why not save it for him?
    The wife and I have been kicking that around. He likes Jeeps, but he’s not in love with it for him. Too built up. Not to mention the insurance would be pretty high.

    My daughter (14.5yr old twins) actually loves Jeeps more, but not a fan of a rock crawler for her first car. We’re looking at a compass or maybe a renegade.

    I’m sure they’ll both be asking to drive the built up JL around though. Lol. Knot in my throat thinking about both my kids possibly behind the wheel.
    I think I may consider lifting my Jeep. Or not.
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    JKUR Needs a New Home

    Got news for you, the insurance for a 16 year old boy is insane no matter what they drive. Of our three vehicles at the time, the Jeep was the LEAST expensive.

    Believe me, I get shit for giving my son a semi-built Jeep for his first ride. I’ll tell you what though, he is the only one of his friends who is proud of his vehicle, takes care of it, and hasn’t gotten a ticket being an asshat. (Knocks on wood)
    Last edited by Sharkey; 04-01-2019 at 02:22 AM.
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