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Unread 06-14-2011, 03:01 PM   #1
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J-truck drive train parts . . .

Prices I found Via e-bay n cragslist:
T18 = $400-$600.

T176 = $200-$400.

NP208 = $100-$300.

D44-F = $100-$300.

AM23 R = $50-$150.

These are what i have found for pricing on the above parts n pieces used condition . . . How accurate is this ? ? ?

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If you found them, doesn't that make them accurate?
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Unread 06-14-2011, 03:22 PM   #3
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I ment in terms of "real world value" I have these parts and I am debating weather or not to sell them or just scrap . . . I'm NOT good with selling stuff, seem to only get a 1/3rd of what its worth

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Unread 06-14-2011, 11:24 PM   #4
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1/3 value is better than junking it. Think of all those fossil fuels used to reprocess the metal. Those could be much better used in a jeep constructed from free parts. We've gotta do our part to conserve.
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Unread 06-15-2011, 09:55 AM   #5
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Most likely they'll sit in my storage shed/shop building until the end of time

But once the T176/NP208/D44-AM23 are removed i have an Eagle 258 im ging to pull out that'll mate right to the rest giving me a complete drive train end to end with driveshafts if any body is in need

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build the eagle

Have you seen the vids on youtube of the green s/x4?
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Build the Eagle ? I am the 258 I6 is getting replaced with my 290 V8, 32 extra cubes 2 extra cylinders 10:1 compression . . . T5 and 3.73s its going be a plenty spicy summer time driver

The 258 will get moth balled, Along with the J/10's I6 drive train til some one needs it
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Sorry. Didn't pay attention.
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The SX/4 is getting an AMC-290, The MJ is getting an AMC-343, and the AMX came with an AMC-390 . . . So now I'll have the whole set of AMC-Gen2 V8s in the high compression versions

AMC-290/343 = 4bbl 10:1 / AMC-390 = 8bbl 12.5:1 backed up with manual transmissions and olety of gear n tire

I figured with the Eagles 258 n the J/10s T176 / NP208 / D44-AM23 I'd have a full FSJ short wheel based drive train including driveshafts to sell/bargain with

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