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Old April 24th, 2008, 06:43 PM
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1995 Yellow D-90 83200 miles

Hello,

This is a very well taken care of truck. I believe I am the second owner. It has been garage kept since I have had it. I drive it every couple weeks or so but it is not my daily driver.

Stats:

-All the fluids (except brakes).

-All new hoses including oil lines, and power steering lines.

-New flow-master 50.

-K&N, fan clutch and thermostat, plugs and wires.

-ARB winch bull bar (without winch).

-OBA with air chucks front and rear and a 2 1/2 gal. tank.

-The gauge pod is a custom unit I made myself. All gauges it are VDO including cylinder temp, air pressure, amp and volt meters, oil pres. and temp, and outside temp. The water temp. gauge in the bash has been changed over to a VDO mechanical gauge.

-There is also a map light mounted on the center console.

-The off road lights are Hellas including 2 4000 euro-beams on the bumper, and 2 75 driving and 2 75 fog lights on the roll cage.

-The original top is in good shape including a 6-inch seam repair.

-The tires are Firestone 285/75 Destination MT s with about 50% tread.

-Tie downs throughout the bed.

-Custom rock sliders to round it out.

-The body is in good shape, it does have some scratches. There is a small amount of surface rust and oxidation but no major issues to mention.

-It has never seen salt on the roads and has been in California all its life (except 1 year in Texas).

-No major leaks.

-I also have some extra parts to include depending on price. Witch are a new clutch kit for if and when it is needed, a set of rear brake pads, and flex-a-lite electric fan you can install if you want.

I have enjoyed this truck for the past 4 years and it has never let me down. This truck will get you in and out of virtually anyplace you want to go.

I might be able to help with delivery via enclosed trailer at an extra cost.

I am not interested in any trades.

I am pretty firm on the price but willing to take reasonable offers.

$27500 OBO. 83,200 miles. Located in San Rafael Ca.
I've tried to list all issues with this truck both good and bad. There should be no surprises at all with this vehicle.

Regards,
Jason C.
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Old May 5th, 2008, 04:32 PM
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On the Stat: it should be "All new fluids" instead of "all the fluids" sorry.

$26500 anyone....
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Old May 6th, 2008, 08:25 AM
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Sorry for the stupid question, but what is the cause of that door ding? It seems like a common spot for a ding.

thanks
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Old May 6th, 2008, 09:58 AM
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Sorry for the stupid question, but what is the cause of that door ding? It seems like a common spot for a ding.

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Jason, correct me if i'm wrong, but I think door dings in that spot are caused when removing the nuts from the window tops... i have 4 big dings like that from a previous owner.
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Old May 6th, 2008, 10:01 AM
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Aah, makes sense, thanks.
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Old May 6th, 2008, 11:00 AM
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Thats what happens when you carelessly use a hammer on the bottom of the window studs. Ironically, it doesnt help really. The door top needs to be carefully pried along its length if its stuck.
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Old May 6th, 2008, 12:18 PM
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Axle grease on the studs allows for easy installation and removal...
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Old May 6th, 2008, 03:08 PM
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Hello, Yes the is correct. The door dings are from the previous owner removing the windows.
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Old May 19th, 2008, 10:31 AM
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I recently tried to remove my windows. Unded the bolts and then nothing. The window didn't even budge. I did notice a lot of rust on the bolt so I am assuming that is probably the cause. Any tricks or is it a real pain in the ass to get off? I did 'tap' it with a hammer on the bolt (no door dings!), but it didn't help.

Thanks!
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Old May 19th, 2008, 11:17 AM
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I recently tried to remove my windows. Unded the bolts and then nothing. The window didn't even budge. I did notice a lot of rust on the bolt so I am assuming that is probably the cause. Any tricks or is it a real pain in the ass to get off? I did 'tap' it with a hammer on the bolt (no door dings!), but it didn't help.

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Old May 19th, 2008, 12:37 PM
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I recently tried to remove my windows. Unded the bolts and then nothing. The window didn't even budge. I did notice a lot of rust on the bolt so I am assuming that is probably the cause. Any tricks or is it a real pain in the ass to get off? I did 'tap' it with a hammer on the bolt (no door dings!), but it didn't help.

Thanks!
Gently pry a little at a time between the door top and the door capping with something in there to keep the paint from chipping and causing too much damage. The seal gets stuck too, and creates a pretty good hold on the door.
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Old June 19th, 2008, 04:39 PM
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Hello,

This is an update in price and in what comes with the truck. Basically it is a stock truck with an ARB Bullbar, rock sliders, and 285/75 tires.

Stats:

-All new fluids (except brakes).

-All new hoses including oil lines, and power steering lines, heater hoses and some other misc. hoses.

-New flow-master 50.

-New fan clutch and thermostat, plugs and wires.

-ARB winch bull bar (without winch).

-VDO mechanical water temp. gauge.

-The original top is in good shape including a 6-inch seam repair.

-The tires are Firestone 285/75 Destination MT s with about 50% tread.

-Custom rock sliders.

-It has never seen salt on the roads and has been in California all its life (except 1 year in Texas).

I might be able to help with delivery via enclosed trailer at an extra cost.

I am not interested in any trades.

$25500, 83,200 miles. Located in San Rafael Ca.

Regards,
Jason C.
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Old July 16th, 2008, 05:34 AM
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