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Old March 7th, 2019, 09:18 AM   #461
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Without going back and looking at your build specs, assuming stock LS, auto trans, stock transfer case and decently built one ton axles, if someone just wants to wheel what's there, $6-10K. There are a lot of variables based on the guts of your axles.
stock 6.0 ls with full standalone wiring harness and tune
stock 4l80e
241-c manual shift t case
trussed 14 bolt disc brake rear axle with full spool
99-04 super duty front axle with full truss locker
5.38 gears front rear
3/8 thick ruff stuff front and rear diff covers
2.5'' 16'' long king coil overs up front
16'' long big shocks nitrogen in rear
all D.O.M tubing rear and front of frame
boxed frame rails

22 gallon fuel cell
42.5'' pit bull tires

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I am sure i am forgetting a few things
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Old March 7th, 2019, 10:25 AM   #462
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Without going back and looking at your build specs, assuming stock LS, auto trans, stock transfer case and decently built one ton axles, if someone just wants to wheel what's there, $6-10K. There are a lot of variables based on the guts of your axles.


I would say ur right on the money. Labor is usually free when ya sell unless itís a high end build (no disrespect) and itís a pretty soft market really. Definitely a buyers market on trail rigs with the trail bouncer rage


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Old March 7th, 2019, 11:04 AM   #463
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Front axle shafts, joints, knuckles? That's a $2500 swing right there.
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Old March 9th, 2019, 10:13 PM   #464
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You're better off to part it out... this isn't the state to sell wheeling trucks in unfortunately. If i were you, I'd use the stuff you can- 6.0- trans- miscellaneous parts-and front shocks. Sell the rest for new build parts! What's your plan now? New buggy? You'll miss wheeling this thing because it's challenging i guarantee it.
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Old March 11th, 2019, 10:06 AM   #465
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You're better off to part it out... this isn't the state to sell wheeling trucks in unfortunately. If i were you, I'd use the stuff you can- 6.0- trans- miscellaneous parts-and front shocks. Sell the rest for new build parts! What's your plan now? New buggy? You'll miss wheeling this thing because it's challenging i guarantee it.


Going to continue to wheel it for a while but eventually switch to this square rangers I have that I want to start building


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Nice! I suppose you want your cake and eat it too lol!
Im guessing you want to wheel your current while you build the future? Pm me for details on lower priced 05+sd 60's...
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Old March 11th, 2019, 07:43 PM   #467
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Nice! I suppose you want your cake and eat it too lol!

Im guessing you want to wheel your current while you build the future? Pm me for details on lower priced 05+sd 60's...


Thatís the plan build new rig where itís close to needing drive line and few other parts from current one then tear it apart

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Thatís the plan build new rig where itís close to needing drive line and few other parts from current one then tear it apart

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I sent you a couple of PMS, but it looks like they aren't going through?
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Old March 13th, 2019, 11:25 AM   #469
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I sent you a couple of PMS, but it looks like they aren't going through?
just seen them i will reply
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FOR SALE : $8,000
2004 stock 6.0 ls with full standalone wiring harness and tune
stock 4l80e
241-c manual shift t case
trussed 14 bolt disc brake rear axle with full spool
99-04 super duty front axle with full truss locker
5.38 gears front rear
3/8 thick ruff stuff front and rear diff covers
2.5'' 16'' long king coil overs up front
16'' long big shocks nitrogen in rear
all D.O.M tubing rear and front of frame
boxed frame rails
22 gallon fuel cell
42.5'' pit bull tires
clean title


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Old March 24th, 2019, 09:13 AM   #471
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Good day at snow snake have to take the bad with the good, dumb mistake first run didnít have one lock out fully locked, second run was much better all in all fun good day !


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Hey man, it was nice meeting up with you and your wife.
Your second run was pretty damn good. With 2 solid runs you would've been close to the top.
We should meet up to do some wheeling soon. Maybe at some of the rbor races.
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Old March 25th, 2019, 10:46 AM   #473
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Hey man, it was nice meeting up with you and your wife.
Your second run was pretty damn good. With 2 solid runs you would've been close to the top.
We should meet up to do some wheeling soon. Maybe at some of the rbor races.
yeah if my first run was like my second run by looking at times i would have been in top 5 lol oh well

yeah was good talking with you we will deff have to get together more and wheel this summer
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yeah if my first run was like my second run by looking at times i would have been in top 5 lol oh well

yeah was good talking with you we will deff have to get together more and wheel this summer
Hell yeah man! Shoot me a text when you're heading up this way.
I'm on the fence with rbor right now. So i might not do anything to the truck after the Easter egg hunt at r+v. Building the house is top priority and running a racing campaign may not fit into that very well.
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Upper ball joints are due for replacing ordered these eliminators going to see how they are also going to make prints for them before Installing !!!


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What brand are those?
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They look pretty nice. I was thinking they were liquid iron from 06silverback on pirate. I doubt i need them right away, but they are a very nice upgrade indeed.
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New lower ball joints and upper ball joint eliminators installed





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