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Old October 14th, 2006, 07:55 PM   #1
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This is not a street driving Jeep. Probably could be but it would take some work. Has dana 44 front and rear with 4:88 gears. Spool in the rear and trac lock in front, Single seater. Proven winner. Took at least 17 first places this summer. Also took first in three different point classes for the year at Moms Motor Sports. Motor is a built AMC 401 with roller cam, roller lifters, Edelbrock RPM intake and predator carb. Steel body with fiberglass front clip. Has four P-78 x 15 (33") Buckkshot mudders, two competition cut 35" ground hawgs, two 35 x 10:50 x 16 Super Swamper Boggers, and two 34" 9:50 x 15 Super Swamper TSL's. Trany is a stock Jeep T-150 that has held up very well. I will include an extra trany and t-case. Ready to go racing again next summer or yet this fall. Fastest time I ran was 3.01 seconds in 120' approximately 1' deep mud. It is a fun ride. Does have a title. Light are there but none of them are wired in. I just posted a couple pics with some trophys more pics will be available to anyone that is truely interested but it would be much better to come look in person. $10,000

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Old October 14th, 2006, 10:35 PM   #2
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Just curious why one would cut the fenders on a mud racer?
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Its way way way easier to clean up the mess after words and ever pound that you can save helps. Also helps to clearence 40" tires if the need arises.
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Its way way way easier to clean up the mess after words and ever pound that you can save helps. Also helps to clearence 40" tires if the need arises.
Nice looking rig.
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Sell Me The Axles!!!!!!!!!
 
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What the fukc

Seriously, your rig, no, dont do it.
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Old October 15th, 2006, 04:30 PM   #8
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Hey sometimes you gotta make a change. It is not even close to sold yet.
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Well best of luck with the sale denny. I can vouch that this thing is pro built, and shits-n-gits down a mud hole.
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Thanks Mike its just half ass for sale. One of those things where if I can get my price I will sell otherwise I will keep it and run again next year. Was just thinking of maybe building a more trail use full Jeep. Really had a good time with this this year but some times think I would like to start doing more all around jeepn again and reather than use this I wouls build a different one. Maybe a scrambler. I always liked those and know where a good starter one of those is.
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This is no longer 1/2 ass for sale I am interested in selling. Anyone interested before e-bay? $8000
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This needs to be sold.
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