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Thread: 2011 JK Unlimited Rock Crawler $31,750

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    2011 JK Unlimited Rock Crawler $31,750

    2011 JK Unlimited Rock Crawler For Sale. This JK is ready to tackle the toughest trails in California, Arizona, Utah, and Colorado the same day you pick it up. Here's the list of equipment.

    • Leather Seating
    • Automatic Transmission
    • Uconnect Nav Radio
    • Power Windows, Locks, Climate Control AC and Seat Heaters
    • Mopar Power Dome Hood
    • Teraflex 4” Suspension with Fox Reservoir Shocks
    • Synergy Tie Rod and Drag Link
    • PSC Hydraulic Ram Steering
    • Front Dana 44 is sleeved and gusseted for strength with RCV Performance Axles
    • Rear Chrome Moly Axles
    • 5.13 Gears
    • Complete Under Armor Protection including Engine, Transfer case, Gas Tank, and Evap Canister
    • Relocated Exhaust System
    • Warn 9500# Winch
    • BF Goodrich 37x13.50 Krawler Tires with Raceline Beadlock Wheels
    • RockHard 4x4 Roll Cage
    • Poison Spyder Brawler Rockers
    • Poison Spyder Steel Fenders (Front and Rear)
    • Tuffy Products Underseat Security Box
    • Rigid D-Series Pro Lights
    I'll throw in a new soft top and an ARB Rebuilt Twin Compressor (It's at ARB now) and installation kit. You'll have to get a mount and install it.
    $31,750IMG_1248.jpgIMG_1249.jpgIMG_1252.jpgIMG_1255.jpgIMG_1258.jpgIMG_1256.jpgIMG_1264.jpgIMG_1266.jpgIMG_1263.jpg
    Call Loren at 909-499-3295 to see it.IMG_1250.jpg

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    Solid First Post.

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    How much for just the 5:13 gears? I need trail spares.

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    How much for the turn signals?
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    I would be interested in the top half of the rock hard roll bar if you part it out. Welcome to Wayalife!
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    How much for you to eat a bag of dicks while being ran over by your Jeep while we watch?

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    That orange thingamabob under the hood looks kind of nifty. I don't know what it is, but the orange color is appealing. How much for that thingie?
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    I was interested until I saw it has leather seats. Here in the Mojave desert it's hot and I have a sweaty ass (hyperhydrosass) and don't like sticking to them. Cloth absorbs all my ass sweat keeping me cool. GLWS, See You Next Tuesday!

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    hey guys, i found the douche. he's up at the top of this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638 View Post
    I was interested until I saw it has leather seats. Here in the Mojave desert it's hot and I have a sweaty ass (hyperhydrosass) and don't like sticking to them. Cloth absorbs all my ass sweat keeping me cool. GLWS, See You Next Tuesday!

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    I though sweaty ass leather was a thing in the desert.

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