KJ lift parts maybe for sell , thinking ,..............

tommudd

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Just thinking out loud here ,
may have a slightly used JBA adjustable coilover kit for sale
Will include front coilovers, JBA UCAs, even have rebuild kit for the ball joints , rear springs for 2.5 inch lift and rear Bilstein 5100 shocks ( new was over 2500.00 if I remember the retail prices )
What do you think or what would you pay for it?

If that sells, then will also have (5) 03 to 05 Moabs with General Grabber A/TX tires on them

Thinking of getting out of the KJ game pretty much completely

would NOT want to ship

Oh and also have at least one set of 4.10 front and rear diffs ( only issue is oil seal blown on right side of rear diff needs replaced )
My 4.10s with DTTs is already sold if i go this route

I have found in trying to sell the 03 NO NONE wants to pay what the 03 is worth, plus what I have in it parts wise ( lift/gears etc ) so thinking of piecing it out or it may go back in the field to rot away
 

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Oh never done
Been working/ playing/ building cars/ trucks/4X4s for over 55 years
too much grease under my finger and toe nails to quit now LOL
Have a Pan Head Harley thats sitting in milk crates etc for over 20 years that needs put together everything is rebuilt, motor /trans etc
Have a 55 Chevy 2 door hardtop that I bought in 79 , painted in 85 that needs some love , have an LS sitting/ waiting
The levels of a lot of the new KJ owners are just not the same anymore where spacer lifts and trashing them is more fun than actually building one for the long haul to enjoy and share with others
So Im thinking here what I want to do next
At over 68 I want to finish up some things since if I die soon my wife would give most everything I have around to the junk dealer LOL
parts and vehicles mean nothing to her at all sadly
 

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can you give a better ball park of "southern ohio"? i'm in the Pittsburgh, PA area a couple more times this year, and you've peaked my interest.
 

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2 hours from the airport area in Pittsburgh
on down to Wheeling WV , through St Clairsville Ohio etc
least that is how long it takes me to run up and meet the Ex for lunch
 

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At least keep one KJ.

Design a shop and build it; you can enjoy it when you're older. I liked the side garage door on one of your shops. Put a lift in it.
 

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Not going to be the same around here without you, Tom!

I second what @turblediesel says above, keep one KJ that is JBA lifted and enjoy it. You’ll still need a daily while you build up your new project vehicles. And you’ll still need to pull your trailer when going on parts runs.
 

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At least keep one KJ.

Design a shop and build it; you can enjoy it when you're older. I liked the side garage door on one of your shops. Put a lift in it.
Moving to a new garage
only a two car plus then with a " 16 x 24 shop " on the side for parts, tools etc
Has 12 foot ceilings which will be nice
Actually at my home place, designed the garage back 30 years ago knowing I would end up with it someday
Plus room for two more stalls on the side
 

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Not going to be the same around here without you, Tom!

I second what @turblediesel says above, keep one KJ that is JBA lifted and enjoy it. You’ll still need a daily while you build up your new project vehicles. And you’ll still need to pull your trailer when going on parts runs.
Whoa although some would cheer I am not that easy to get rid of LOL
Keeping one to play with for now
 

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I'm not sure exactly what the status is on the 4.10 set, but may be interested.
 

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Money talks and they are laying in my road LOL
Not sure about soda and when he may want them
 

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front diff has about 40,000 miles on it, buddy from out west busted his, bought a complete diff with 4.10s from MOPAR
then drove it for a while before he did an SFA
rear has about 85000 if I remember right about the one I got it out of
 

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A little far away for me unfortunately, otherwise I might entertain the coilovers
 
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