|November 5th, 2012, 11:57 AM||#1|
00 XJ-backhalved and dovetailed
I hate to do this but with the new job I haven't been wheeling in 2 years and need the money so I'm selling my 00 XJ. I bought the XJ bone stock in 2005 with a salvage title and it's been through 2 builds-triangulated/extended raduis arm D44/9" to what it is now:
Round 2 of my XJ - NAXJA Forums -::- North American XJ Association
Round 2 of yet ANOTHER XJ. . . | NC4x4
That's all the build threads I have for this thing, I can never keep a computer working long enough to finish a build thread...
4.0, cold air intake, bored throttle body
Flipped and twin sticked D300, 1350 flange front, 1310 rear
shaved D50 with homemade cover/10.5 not shaved with Great Lakes Offroad cover-5.36's, front locked, rear welded Detriot, discs all 4 corners-front axle's gears have 2 trips on them and the rear has 6 trips on them.
Oliver's driveshafts-1350 CV front for 50* and a 1310-1410 rear driveshaft
3 link front, double triangulated 4 link rear
boatsided 9" to include shaved doors
gutted the cab harness for only required wires
4 point harnesses
6" over stock hieght
Hydrualic assist steering to include modifying the pump for more pressure and flow
I lost the ground to the dash so the gauges aren't working right now, I'll be fixing that
windshield is broken, I wasn't going to put one back in but have the broken one in for now for storage
Engine Misefires when cold, I believe it's a collapsed lifter. I'll be looking into that or I can knock some money off the asking price.
The tranny doesn't know when to shift since it doesn't have a VSS in the tcase anymore. I only crawled so I never needed it. It'll need to be wired for a shifter or have a VSS retrofitted into the D300.
Hydraulic steering is slow at low RPM's but worked very well for me on the trails and in the rocks so I never had an issue with it.
I have many more pictures upon request.
Asking $4500 with everything fixed OBO.
It's located in Mayville, WI but I can drop it off up to 500 miles for fuel.
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