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post #7471 of 9863 Old 08-31-2013, 06:04 AM
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[QUOTE=RUBIducky2005;15853414]2005 LJ Rubicon for sale 71xxx miles, black, 2 door, great condition! Stock 31's make offer? I'm thinking around $15000
Trying to post in classifieds but don't know how?[/QUOTE

I kinda thought about selling mine not long ago. Same year and Kelly Blue Book put it around $17500


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post #7472 of 9863 Old 09-10-2013, 08:14 PM
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Had to bump this thread back to top!

My 2013 10A and LJ Rubi.
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post #7473 of 9863 Old 09-10-2013, 08:16 PM
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Had to bump this thread back to top!

My 2013 10A and LJ Rubi.
Dag thats a lot of jeep to have in the driveway! Im jealous! Can't wait to get my lj rubi a partner
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post #7474 of 9863 Old 09-10-2013, 08:19 PM
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Dag thats a lot of jeep to have in the driveway! Im jealous! Can't wait to get my lj rubi a partner
Yeah they are fun! Plus my wife drives a 4Runner and I have a company work truck. I have to rotate driving them some just to use them! Kinda sad!
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post #7475 of 9863 Old 09-10-2013, 08:27 PM
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post #7476 of 9863 Old 09-10-2013, 08:30 PM
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OkLaHoMaTJ, saw your thread earlier with even more photos.

NICE LJ man!

4" Currie springs/CA's, TR beadlocks, 35" MTR's, D44's ARB's & 4.27's, RCV & Superior, OR241, UCF TT
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post #7477 of 9863 Old 09-10-2013, 08:32 PM
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OkLaHoMaTJ, saw your thread earlier with even more photos.

NICE LJ man!
Thanks BimotaBruce! We pretty much have the same setup looking at your sig. Nice Jeep as well!

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post #7478 of 9863 Old 09-10-2013, 08:52 PM
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They are fairly similar now, but you've posted in your build thread that you're gonna' go apesh*t on yours in the near future.

Mine's my DD, and as you already know, we both have pretty capable rigs right now.

I reserve the right to change my mind, but I think I'm (more or less) stopping further major mods (better shocks/alum corners/beadlocks still to come tho'). This rig is so streetable, I don't want to potentially eff up it's good street manners.

If I don't roll it or otherwise hurt it, thereby forcing my hand to tear into it with wild abandon, I may just buy/build a dedicated rock crawler & a trailer.

Talk about a win/win!

Looking forward to your build and the results!

4" Currie springs/CA's, TR beadlocks, 35" MTR's, D44's ARB's & 4.27's, RCV & Superior, OR241, UCF TT
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post #7479 of 9863 Old 09-10-2013, 09:52 PM
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They are fairly similar now, but you've posted in your build thread that you're gonna' go apesh*t on yours in the near future.

Mine's my DD, and as you already know, we both have pretty capable rigs right now.

I reserve the right to change my mind, but I think I'm (more or less) stopping further major mods (better shocks/alum corners/beadlocks still to come tho'). This rig is so streetable, I don't want to potentially eff up it's good street manners.

If I don't roll it or otherwise hurt it, thereby forcing my hand to tear into it with wild abandon, I may just buy/build a dedicated rock crawler & a trailer.

Talk about a win/win!

Looking forward to your build and the results!
I hope to keep it streetable enough to get to and from the trails here in Colorado and hopefully Utah. I hate trailer my Jeep. I enjoy driving it too much!

I drove it from KC to Denver and it did great. It's just horrible on fuel. The fuel range with 19 gallons is about 200 miles.

I'm hoping with the future changes (gears, tires, wheels, PSC assist) that it's still a great driver. It's not my DD tho. I drive it strictly on the weekends. It would be awesome if I could make the drive to the Rubicon and back next year with the JF group. We shall see.

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post #7480 of 9863 Old 09-11-2013, 12:11 AM
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It would be awesome if I could make the drive to the Rubicon and back next year with the JF group. We shall see.
I drove mine to the Rubicon, did the trail and drove back, just last month...8 hr drive 1 direction, at 68 mph (where it felt best)....cruise control and A/C on. Got 13 mpg at those speeds, 2 people, and full of heavy gear. The LJ did great on and off hiway.

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post #7481 of 9863 Old 09-12-2013, 06:49 AM
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Couple good action shots from Doe Valley last weekend. I am very jealous that I'm not really within driving distance of Moab, Colorado, and the rubicon.

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post #7483 of 9863 Old 09-12-2013, 08:12 AM
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Steve,

How are the Rubicon 44's hold up to the 37'' Krawlers? I assume you have 5.13's and either RCV's or chromoly axles. Nice Jeep. I love Krawlers. How are they on the street? I'm also seriously considering the RockKrawler LA upgrade with the 4'' stretch.

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post #7484 of 9863 Old 09-12-2013, 12:42 PM
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I've been running them for two years and have not had a single problem. Front axle is sleeved, 5.13s, rcv. Rear has ten factory shafts. Both stock lockers are still there and good. It doesn't see much regular street use unless I just feel like driving it. The krawlers are def not very good on the street. They are heavy, flat spot, loud ( I rotate them every 1 thousand miles ) and difficult to balance. Despite all that, I could care less, they are great Offroad especially in the rocks where they were designed to be used. The only tire I'd rather have would maybe be a 37" ltb if they made them...or comp treps lol.

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post #7485 of 9863 Old 09-12-2013, 12:44 PM
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Oh and I love the lift also. RK 3 link front, triangulated rear (with a massive cradle welded to the axle) 5.5" with no BL.

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