|September 12th, 2013, 07:03 PM||#1|
Built not bought!!
"The Beast" **SOLD**body and frame
Almost everything is strpped
frame and body, with seats, aluminum radiator, fuel tank. clear title $900 O.B.O.
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I hate to do it, but .................
Thinking about selling The Beast to fund a new project.
This is a turn key rig that seats 5. It will Cruise the highway at 70 mph, and will run the hardest of trails and parks with the whole family.
1968 Wagoneer frame. 112 wheelbase
The grill, dash, steering column, firewall, part of the floor, and frame are still original.
1987 4 bolt block with aprox 50k
Vortec heads 10k
.480 lift Summit cam
custom port injection
Summit intake machined for injectors and throttle body
1998 ecm and custom harness
custom fuel rails and adjustable fuel regulator.
alum timing cover with crank sensor
alum high volume water pump
ceramic coated mid length headers
new 2 1/2 exhaust with ball connectors, stainless flex joints, and Dynomax mufflers.
GM in tank fuel pump
Ron Davis aluminum radiator
all red clutches
Kevlar wide band
large boost valve
fully brazed 1400 stall converter
just tore down, inspected, resealed, and a new band. (Sept 2013)
the doubler has 3 summers running on it
27 spline input
203 mounted upside for clearance
31 spline output
custom adapter with a spacer so a clocking ring could be added if needed
Advanced adapters 31 spline input
all new seals
Jb conversions h.d. Rear output with 1350 cv yoke
1310 front output
twin sticks with proper detents
Chevy Dana 60 front
Yukon 5.13 gears
C&M machine bronze king pin bushings
35 spline Yukon inner and outer axles
Balistic fab cover
WFO double ended springless high steer
behind the axle tie rod 1 3/8 o.d. .810 i.d.dom with 1 ton tie rod ends
PSC 2x8 chrome cylinder behind the axle
Saginaw box drilled and tapped
Mile marker lockouts
custom caliper brackets with Ύ ton rotors and calipers so it can run 15 wheels
14 bolt rear shaved and trussed
5.13 Yukon gears
Balistic shave kit and cover
Ruffstuff bolt on caliper brackets
Ύ ton rotors and calipers
3 link with track bar
2 3/8 o.d. Ό wall lower links with ballistic joints
1 7/8 o.d. Ό wall upper link and track bar with ballistic and rustys joints
Deaver 6 lift full size Ford coils
Adjustable coil buckets
Bilstein 5125 14 shocks
3 link with rigid A-link upper
5 ½ wild horses early bronco coils
2 3/8 o.d. 3/8 wall lower links, bushings at frame end, Rustys joints at axle end
2 o.d. Ό wall upper link, bushings at frame end, 96,000lb rated 1 Ό alloy heim at axle end.
Bilstein 5125 14 travel shocks
1310 cv front driveshaft freshly rebuilt cv
1350 newly reuilt rear driveshaft
22 gallon alum full tank
Full skid plates
Warn 12,000lb with new 3/8 cable, inside controls and remote
12v air compressor
Engine driven air, (compressor just quit)
Autometer sport comp gauges
Cobra cb with high swing kit and tuned firestick antenna
B&M prostick with custom gates
Floor lined with heat/noise mat and full vinyl floor mat
3R bucket seats front with racequip 5 points
Cloth bench rear with 2 wide 4 points
DOT shoulder belts (and a center lap in rear)
Drop on aluminum half doors with roll-lock slam latches
Soft drop on upper doors
Jeep cj windshield and wipers
Functional snorkel with cleanable K&N filter
New heater core
Large lockable storage in rear
LED tail and back up lights
Power steering cooler
110A large frame Delco alternator
New Duralast AGM battery
Hydro-assist brake booster
$10,500 $9,500 with 38 x 15.5 x 15 Nitto mud Grapplers 90% tread on 15 x 10 chrome mods
$11,500 $10,500 with 40 x 14.5 x 17 Maxxis Creepy Crawlers 75%+ on 35 bolt steel beadlocks
$12,000 $11,000 with both sets of tires and wheels.
Last edited by jbeemer; December 20th, 2014 at 06:21 PM.
|September 12th, 2013, 09:36 PM||#2|
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Text me more pics
Full hydro or assist?
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|September 13th, 2013, 04:33 AM||#3|
Built not bought!!
I have this as a "feeler" because overdrive was acting unstable. I waiting for the transmission to get back from the shop so I can put it back in.
Rear has a welded Detroit in it right now, I have a good Detroit that could be worked in the right deal.
full heat and defrost
A couple pics from the build, I will get some more pics tonight and post them.
This is still when it had airbags in the rear, The wild horses spring flex just as good and are way more stable.
|September 13th, 2013, 07:56 AM||#5|
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straight piped for her pleasure
|September 13th, 2013, 08:50 AM||#7|
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|September 13th, 2013, 09:04 AM||#8|
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And I need an 8 passenger rig, so this is still way too small.
Cool truck though!
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