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SHoppe715
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Fair asking price...?

I’ll be looking to sell the axles and suspension from my ‘06 LJ Rubicon when I build it up over the next year and am wondering what a fair asking price might be. I’d rather offload the whole thing as one package, but would consider piecing it out.

Here’s the package:
- TJ Rubicon axles with 150,000 miles. Lockers and rear LS work perfect and been maintained per FSM with fluid change every 12,000 miles.
- Locker compressors with mounting bracket that’s been slightly modified for an Nth Degree Tummy Tucker. Both working.
- BDS 2” springs and 3/4” Daystar poly spacers.
- Rusty’s adjustable upper control arms with flex joint/OE rubber combo
- Rusty’s front lower control arms side bent to run 33”s on stock rims with no spacers. Flex joint/OE rubber combo.
- Flex joints rebuilt ~20k miles ago
- Rusty’s adjustable front and rear track bars (new TRE on front as of today)
- Rusty’s shocks x4 +monotube steering stabilizer
- Rusty’s offset tie rod steering conversion.(new as of today)
- Front and Rear driveshafts - recently rebuilt double cardan front and all u-joints (all Spicer)

Please spare me the Rusty’s hating...just looking for what I might fairly ask on here or Craigslist. This has been my daily driver / casual weekend wheeler so not seen any hard core wheeling and I’ve put >130,000 miles on their parts with no issues whatsoever. They’re a significant upgrade over stock and this setup on my LJ flexes 660 on a 30* ramp. My beloved LJ has been a faithful and reliable workhorse/commuter/toy for 14 years and it’s finally time to get a new DD and build it the way I really want it and hoping to ease the pain ever so slightly by selling this stuff when I remove it.


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