Well taken care of jeep. 117k
- "Well taken care of" is subjective, 117k is reasonable for the year.
Interior is perfect
- Again, subjective
- Engine size, this is the one you want (as opposed to the 2.4)
6 speed manual
- Need to make sure you want a manual rather than an automatic
- All TJs are 4x4, this tells us nothing
3 in. lift
- Need to know what brand. Some are good, lots are crap.
Rear limited slip locker
- See NotURMailman's post above. Ask which rear axle it is (will be Dana 35 or Dana 44) and which front axle (Dana 30 or Dana 44), as well as what brand of locker.
Rear ARB comp. diff cover
- These can sometimes cause more issues than they solve.
New soft top
- They do wear out, this saves you some money.
- Doesn't really do much for you, other than changing the sound.
Newer 33x12.50 Falken WildPeaks A/T's
- Ask what year installed, and how much tread is left.
Newer ball joints/tie rod ends
New clutch/throwout bearing/pilot bearing
- Again, things wear out. However, seems a little early for a clutch, could indicate that it was driven too hard.
K&N Cold Air Intake
Hood mount trail jack
- Many will tell you these are useless/dangerous. Most that are out there are just for looks.
Smittybilt front bumper
- These are kind of more for looks than function. If you like them, great.
Only selling because I've got too many vehicles and I'm trying to buy a home.
- Statements like this make me uncomfortable.
When/if you look at it, pay particular attention to the amount and location of rust on the frame. If you can, take pictures and share them here.
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