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Old April 4th, 2008, 10:15 AM
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'94 D90

Never thought this day would come . . .
1994
86,8xx miles
White
The Good:
second owner, had it for 7-8 years, have put @ 20K on it since I've had it.
Early '94 with the extra horizontal roll cage bars in the back.
LT77(which I far prefer over the r380)
lt230 with lower miles
potentially over-maintained with very frequent fluid changes (as it sits most of the times), fuel filter, cleaned oil pickup, etc. etc.
fiberglass hardtop in fairly good shape
ghetto surrey top
Rovertracks steering setup with a heim jointed drop arm, offset pittman and large tie rod
Rovertym 3" lift with 1" pucks
Rovetym Radius arms
Rovertym Rear Links
Rockware rear shock mounts
ranchos in back, OMEs in front.
GCR (American Racing) 15x8 steel wheels
35" Super Swamper tsl radials siped
Safari Gard sliders
Rear Pinion guard
Detroit in rear (1K miles on it)
Rovertracks (moser) rear axles
SG front double cardon driveshaft.
Rovertym (I think) extended SS brake lines
extended breather hoses
Rover Military hood latches
12.5" tuffy console
Aftermarket CD player
Cobra remote CB
Custom sheepskin seat covers (seats are in like new condition)
LR genuine waterproof seatcovers (over the sheepskin)
custom recovery gear locker behind seats
H4 headlights (can't remember bulb wattage but they're BRIGHT
rear worklight bracket with hella matador worklamp wired to reverse light
dixon bate 3.5 ton recovery point in place of rear bumper
stainless window studs
quicknut window nuts
cold start ecu chip
Updated oil cooler lines with mocal plate
wired for winch
newer battery
2 month old VA inspection
relocated ignition module
K&N air filter
Magnecore ignition wires
will include uninstalled flowmaster muffler (doesn't need a new one, it was a present)

The bad:
slight rust bleed from D pillar of roll cage.
Slight surface rust on drivers side door (passenger door replaced with a very good unit last year)
slight surface rust on footwell (contained)
needs a new loadspace mat or to be rhinolined
Rear speaker enclosures could use some help.
front safarigard bumper and warn 10K winch not included (they're going on the 110). It'll need a bumper.
Will need shocks at some point.
Spare tire is ONLY a spare.
Stock front end. I've wheeled it for years and with conscientious driving haven't had a problem.
A few dents here and there and some trail pinstriping.

Summary: Low miles, no apologies rig owned, built and maintained by enthusiast. It will get you down the trail and back. Easily. This truck has been wheeled, so expect some dents and mud, but NEVER abused (witness the stock front end). She pulls like a train (only EVER used premium gas and oil) and rides remarkably smoothly. Only selling to finance a 110 to accommodate my quickly expanding family.

$25,000.
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Old April 4th, 2008, 05:51 PM
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Flowmaster as a gift ? Cool friends.
I have the ARB pictured on the truck and have no real use for it.....
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Old April 4th, 2008, 06:19 PM
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Cool wife, actually!

There ya go, the new owner can reunite the ARB with the truck!
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Old April 4th, 2008, 07:25 PM
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loser. this 110 on the way or still in your minds eye still?
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Old April 4th, 2008, 07:28 PM
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On the way. it even has a full rear crossmember!

I'm open to reasonable offers, I want these trucks to go to a good home.
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Old April 4th, 2008, 07:37 PM
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No phone call? I coulda brought cigars!

Ok, really, thats awesome. Spill the beans man. You haven't been talking to Doug have you?
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Old April 4th, 2008, 08:12 PM
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Let's focus on selling the 90 and the rangie in this thread. Nothing's set in stone, but if it's going to happen, I need these trucks gone.
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Old April 4th, 2008, 11:00 PM
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Old April 5th, 2008, 07:18 AM
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Let's focus on selling the 90 and the rangie in this thread. Nothing's set in stone, but if it's going to happen, I need these trucks gone.
Tony, you mentioned the Rangie here, are you selling a package deal? I'm not interested but if so, the Rangie was never mentioned in your original post. Good luck man.

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Old April 5th, 2008, 08:18 AM
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I'll absolutely do a package deal, Neil.
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Old April 6th, 2008, 03:36 PM
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Bump. Obviously, I'm open to realistic offers as well.
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1991 Hunter
125,000 +/- miles
Green

The good:
ARB front bumper
Full NRP exhaust
NRP cat sliders
dual battery hookup, only one installed now
Cobra CB with remote speaker
Hilift mounted on ARB
Usual cloth Interior with manual seats
Dog Guard
OME Lift @ 2"
235/85 BFG MTs in good shape on 3 spokes with a stock spare
no sunroof to leak
sliders with outriggers (look like RTE)
steering guard
dif guards front and rear
Runs remarkably well.
Very little rust save the liftgate

The Bad:
It's beat up. LOTS of dents. It belonged to a friend of mine that apprenticed to Bill Burke and consequently got wheeled. A lot. Liftgate shot. Missing the small rear seat, though I may be able to get it. Headliner removed though the backing is still there. . Could use a battery management system. Still 10 spline and open. Oh, and the paint has faded at vastly different rates by panel. It's . . . distinctive.

It's a great trail truck that I use as a daily driver (have the 90 for a trail truck). I'd like to see $3K out of it, but appreciate its shortcomings. This price reflects the removal of the Superwinch X9 and arb compressor that are mounted now. For the right price I can include.
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Im willing to make an offer. please email at chuckandabe@yahoo.com so that we can dicuss about your rangie.
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Old April 9th, 2008, 02:38 PM
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Old April 9th, 2008, 04:45 PM
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Tony, sorry to hear the D90 is going, and the rangie, but at least it's for a noble cause. A D110.

Good luck, Dan
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Old April 9th, 2008, 07:18 PM
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Tony,

I met you and the truck years ago at a Virginia Scottish Games.......I am sure it must be hard - because I know you loved that truck then - and probably love it even more so now.

Congrats on the 'expanding family'. Hope you get that 110 - and I hope you stay on the D90 board.

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Old April 9th, 2008, 07:39 PM
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Leave you guys? Never! If this works I'm only gaining 10" . . .

That sounded wierd.
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Old April 9th, 2008, 09:07 PM
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Isn't that 20"?
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