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Old June 22nd, 2011, 08:18 AM
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1995 D90 ST Modded

1995 Conniston Green Soft Top D90 103,0000 miles. $25,000.00 for board members. I have a standing offer of $22k from a dealer in Santa Monica so no low ball offers please. I have a stack of receipts for over $30k in accessories and labor as well as detailed service history. Truck is in LA and going on Ebay if I dont find her a good home here.

This is a preliminary listing. More photos to be added in a couple weeks. New baby on the way sadly means its time for the 90 to find a new home. This is a highly modified and capable trail rig not Buck modified but capable nonetheless.


103,000 well maintained miles. Major service done at Four Oaks garage last year. Ive only put 6k miles on it in the last 2 years.


Truck runs great and needs nothing except perhaps some cosmetic TLC. Bubbling on the bottom of the driver side door for example. Frame has surface scale from its time on the East coats but is solid. Rear cross member and bulkhead all solid.



Here is a list of specs and upgrades.


Custom door-sill rock sliders.
Frame Sliders.
Front Steering Skid Plate.
Front and Rear Differential Skids.
Rear Bumper removed (for break-over angle) and replaced with a a reinforced pintle hitch.

Driveline:
The front differential has 4.11 GBR ring & pinion gearing and an ARB air-locker.
The rear differential has 4.11 GBR ring & pinion gearing and an ARB air-locker.
The front axle has GBR upgraded CV joint and axle shafts.
The rear axle has GBR hardened axle shafts.
The transmission was replaced in 08 and I replaced the transfer case last year.

Suspension and Wheels/Tires:
Rovertym 3 inch lift springs.
Bilstein 7100 series remote resevoir shocks.
Rovertym front shock towers and lower mounts.
Rear Rovertym shock mounts.
Rovertym spring retainers front and rear.
Rovertym rear links for increased pinion angle.
Rovertym front radius arms for increased pinion angle.
OME steering stabilizer.
Extended brake lines.


5 Boost wheels one is slightly bent. 4 35” Firestone Destination MTs with 80% tread


Engine: The engine is the original 3.9 liter V8. It has 103,000 miles Just had major service done.

Borla Exhaust
Odyssey Battery
New braided steel oil-cooler hoses.

Interior:


Dynamat in the door panels and on the floor.
Interior carpet material was removed for easier washing.
Original rubber trunk mat included.
Rear seat included.
Tuffy interior console.


Pioneer Bluetooth Stereo
The speakers are Polk momo high-end marine speakers that are waterproof.
The interior is wired for a CB.
Custom switches for off-road light and ARB lockers and compressor.
Corbeau seats with lumbar support

The passenger side seat box has an ARB compressor
Stainless door studs for the removable windows.

tire carrier.

Condition:
This is a vehicle that has been used off-road. It has dents and scrapes that come with this type of use. There is no major exterior damage to the vehicle. Frame has surface scale from its time on the east coast but is solid as is the crossmember and bulkhead.





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Old June 22nd, 2011, 10:34 AM
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Congrats on the baby, John! Truck looks good. Looks like it has some nice Badger tops / door tops, upgraded hinges, etc. too.
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Old June 22nd, 2011, 10:44 AM
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Congrats on that sperm making it all the way to the egg. Can't make fun of the truck as this is a for sale thread ...
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Old June 22nd, 2011, 11:24 AM
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Thanks Josh and Barry..... I forgot about the hinges. The Badger half cab is new and the badger drop curtain and tonneau are nice but used. It will come with the regular glass door tops not the soft door tops unless someone wants to pay extra for them.
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Old June 22nd, 2011, 01:46 PM
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Trade you boat work for it.

Don't you still have a huge old rotting wooden boat? Ha ha.

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Old June 22nd, 2011, 03:48 PM
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No rot my friend and boat work wont help my wife get the kids to school but as always thank you for the kind words. Youre such a tool. Cant seem to resist messing with peoples for sale threads.
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Old June 22nd, 2011, 04:15 PM
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You don't have a truck?
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Old June 23rd, 2011, 08:17 AM
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John - didn't mean anything malicious by the comments or anything or to mess with the thread. Just figured you never know! I don't mean to be "that guy" who messes with threads.... **looks down and kicks the dirt**

And no I do not have a D90 as of yet. I have the majority of the parts to build a hybrid at this point (since I am going to modify the heck out of it anyway) but have been holding off as I wouldn't mind finding the right complete truck to start with to have more of a "driver" while messing with it.

I am currently driving a mall crawler 2002 Disco SE7 that I got for peanuts with a dead 4.0 in her. Swapped motors and went over the truck a bit and now enjoying the smooth ride of a bone stock D2 with highway tyres.

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Condition: This is a vehicle that has been used off-road. It has dents and scrapes that come with this type of use. There is no major exterior damage to the vehicle. Frame has surface scale from its time on the east coast but is solid as is the crossmember and bulkhead.








I'll vouch for its awesomeness, although there was that time I drove over your rear diff guard
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Old June 24th, 2011, 07:09 AM
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Thanks Nate. No worries Doug but you should know better. Dont they shoot you on MDI for insulting a mans boat? Getting a lot of PMs and emails about selling the badger stuff off the truck. Im not parting anything out till the truck sells.
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Old June 24th, 2011, 07:27 AM
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Which tire carrier is that?

Bump for more pics.
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Old June 24th, 2011, 07:45 AM
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I believe its a custom carrier. The truck is 3000 miles from me right now so more pics are going to have to wait.
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Thanks Nate. No worries Doug but you should know better. Dont they shoot you on MDI for insulting a mans boat? Getting a lot of PMs and emails about selling the badger stuff off the truck. Im not parting anything out till the truck sells.
Not an insult! you have an old wooden boat, it's old, it's wooden, it IS rotting - just maybe not noticeable yet.

And you only get shot here if you insult a guys lobster boat or his woman..... Or his Chebby truck.
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Old June 25th, 2011, 12:45 PM
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I cant imagine how I would of taken that as anything but a compliment.
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Old June 26th, 2011, 08:46 AM
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Wow. I was just telling someone how much I missed my old 90. Maybe its time to bring it back home.
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Wow. I was just telling someone how much I missed my old 90. Maybe its time to bring it back home.
Peter - ha! You even talked about this truck when I bought the 110 from you last year...maybe it IS time to get your hands back on it. It's a super-clean looking 90 regardless...
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Old June 29th, 2011, 04:21 PM
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Sold pending payment... Thanks D90.
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