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post #16 of 636 Old 02-13-2009, 12:32 PM Thread Starter
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Boogieman, tell them that wasn't your Jeep!
Thankfully no,it's for sale nearby with a list of upgrades like a D60 rear axle.I just thought it would make people with teenagers or anyone think twice about "making" people wear seatbelts.


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can i get them tires?
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Thankfully no,it's for sale near by with a list of upgrades like a D60 rear axle.I just thought it would make people with teenages or anyone think twice before "making" people wear seatbelts.
what are they asking???

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For sale items.
1997 Jeep Wrangler TJ Sport. Parts can be used toward a trail rig. I have several more pictures if needed. I have all of the paperwork and/or receipts of everything that I put on the Jeep. It had a 4" Skyjacker lift with 1 1/4" Spacers all the way around, 1 1/4" Body lift with Bombproof motor mount lift, 35x12.50x15 Trxus tires with more than half tread left on 15x10 Mickey Thompson simulated beadlock wheels, the spare is mounted on a 15x8, I have 1 3/4" spacers on the front axle, Jet performance chip, Bestop seats front and rear, Buchanan Seat risers, Airaid throttle body spacer, K&N Intake, PoisonSpyder Rocksliders, PoisonSpyder rear Crusher Corners with 6" flare and LED cutout, Generation Right front Tube Fenders with 6" flare, PoisonSpyder differential cover on stock Dana 30 with 4.88 gears, Superior Axle seals, Teraflex Anti-Lock Swat Bar system, Off-Road Only U Turn one ton steering set up, Off-Road Only LED brake lights with built in reverse lights, Warn rear bumper with tire carrier, Off-Road Only Liteplate LED with 3rd brake light, Dynatrac Trail Series Dana 60 axle ( 3.5" wider than stock ) with 4.88 gears, detroit locker and disc brakes, Manik twin tube front bumper with Grill guard and stock off road lights. The transmission was replaced around 80,000 miles with a remanufactured Jasper transmission. The Jeep/motor have about 125,000 miles on it. It also has a super short slip yoke eliminator kit with a tom woods drive shaft.
I just finished installing the tube fenders front and rear along with the new Dynatrac axle just months ago. I am considering any reasonable offer at this time.
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what are they asking???
$2500 obo.
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Anyone in my rig always wears a belt, but sure makes me want to move my cage up on the list.
I feel the same way Dogman.

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$2500 obo.
provide the rear axle is in good shape, its is worth the 2500.

back on subject, seat belts are must sepecially in a jeep

I have a Jeep.

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provide the rear axle is in good shape, its is worth the 2500.

back on subject, seat belts are must sepecially in a jeep
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When I was 14, I was riding in a car with some friends & thought I had my seatbelt on (automatic belt, but you put the lap belt on)
We ran off the road, slid down a ditch & rolled it six times end over end. It tore my shoulder up pretty bad & cracked my skull (hitting the roof...No lap belt) & my budy had his thumb ground off.
In fact, I'm going to the chiropractor in a few hours, as a result of that accident that happened 13 years ago.
I wear my belt all the time, so does anyone who rides in my Jeep.
Plus I worked nearly ten years in a funeral home; I know what lack of seatbelts do to people
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$2500 obo.
ouch. i don't know if i'd give that up for it. Does anyone on here run that bolt on cage kit?

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good to see they got out okay but damn, you'd think with all the money put into that rig they'd have done at the very least one of those bolt on roll cage kits.... Good chance they wouldn't be selling it for parts.

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Im not going to lie, i have a real problem with remembering to put my belt on. I do always remember though when the top and doors are off. After seeing that im pretty sure that im going to remember all the time now.

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Thanks to JF for not deleting or switching to GD because they are dead.I think tihngs like this are great to remind people and bring up safety that most people forget,especially with kids(teenagers).
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Seeing this kind of makes me wonder how well one of those bolt in cages like rockhard would hold up in a wreck like this. I've had a few of my friends throw a fit about wearing their seatbelt usually on the trail but my policy has always been belt up or walk.
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