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Old March 1st, 2009, 05:12 PM
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Thumbs up FS. 94 Defender 90 POE Model

Moving soon! Really!, I have a nice 94 POE bought from Safari Rover about 1 year ago. Its real clean and runs fine. It has around 130K on it and it has been seviced and made right. (cost around 4K to make right). I have more then 27K invested, but thanks to poor timing and the rotten economy, I now have to bend over and try 23K. Truck was used as a daily driver in Florida, and not wheeled, and it shows it. It since has sat in my garage and driven a few times ,but not off road, I have a nice mod disco for that. Plans changed and now its gota go. It has 2" old man emu lift, a/c,5 new BF Goodrich mud terians, warn winch on factory winch bumper (95), (stock bumper included) ,safari rack with kennel floor, new factory floor mats front and rear, Equipe front skid plate and diff guards,I replaced, new tie rod ends, new stainless Rovertyme tierod, axil seals, cv joints, and new front diff , brakes and rotors, all typical from the miles. It did not need anyting else or I would have fixed it then. Its a nice clean not abused D90. Now asking 23K.
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Old March 2nd, 2009, 01:27 PM
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Does the top come off on the POE version?
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Old March 2nd, 2009, 01:59 PM
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Does the top come off on the POE version?
Yes it does. Though it would be very ideal to have the roll cage on after you took the POE top off. Otherwise it will looks like a funny convertible pick up truck and if you got into an accident you would probably die very fast.
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Old March 2nd, 2009, 03:25 PM
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Yes it does. Though it would be very ideal to have the roll cage on after you took the POE top off. Otherwise it will looks like a funny convertible pick up truck and if you got into an accident you would probably die very fast.
Who would want to die slowly...
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Old March 2nd, 2009, 04:29 PM
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Who would want to die slowly...
hahaha, true. well meaning you are more likely to die.

It looks like a nice truck! good luck with the sale. I love my POE top. best purchase ever.
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Old March 2nd, 2009, 08:20 PM
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Deflation is a wonderful thing -- if you're a potential buyer. Good luck with sale, nice truck.
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Old March 30th, 2009, 03:38 PM
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I would think that someone would like this truck. Comments welcome, it keeps me on the first page.
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I love my POE top. best purchase ever.
from the POE top seller.
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Old March 31st, 2009, 09:16 PM
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That is a great looking truck. I was thinking about it, but it is too tall to fit in the garage. Shame. Good luck with the sale.
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Old March 31st, 2009, 09:29 PM
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I'll take the rack and then it will fit in your garage
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Old April 1st, 2009, 08:55 AM
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That is a great looking truck. I was thinking about it, but it is too tall to fit in the garage. Shame. Good luck with the sale.
You need an 8' high garage door to fit inside. I am a builder and I am actually changing a 7' door to an 8' door for a customer next week, so he can fit his lifted FJ40 next to his 97 D90. The task takes about one day and costs around 2500.00 including door and trim.(you need to have at least 20" between top of existing door and ceiling) Hardly worth turning down a great truck. Thought you all might like to know.
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Old April 1st, 2009, 09:26 AM
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Hey Tracy this is on my todo list before I can go to 35's (although I'd likely do it myself).

Is it true that I have to replace the whole door when doing this? I was hoping to just add another panel to mine. Figured I'd probably save a grand right there. Or does it vary per door brand/design.

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Old April 1st, 2009, 09:34 AM
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Hey Tracy this is on my todo list before I can go to 35's (although I'd likely do it myself).

Is it true that I have to replace the whole door when doing this? I was hoping to just add another panel to mine. Figured I'd probably save a grand right there. Or does it vary per door brand/design.

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You would need a new door, the panel sizes are usually 5 sections on an 8' door, but if you have the headroom and could get same panel (and longer tracks) you might make that work.(of course without me seeing). Good Luck with project.
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Old April 1st, 2009, 09:46 AM
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I actually have a lot of additional clearance before the header, and already have extended tracks (the kind used in town houses I'm told) so maybe I can adda panel. I have to deal with the HOA first, and that alone may squash it if it's too high for them

Thanks for the advice.

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I actually have a lot of additional clearance before the header, and already have extended tracks (the kind used in town houses I'm told) so maybe I can adda panel. I have to deal with the HOA first, and that alone may squash it if it's too high for them

Thanks for the advice.

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I was not aware that townhomes use different type of door tracks. There is a low profile type track when headroom is an issue. If you are in a single family home, I would not worry about the HOA, but if you are in a townhome, you might have a problem with the look of the elevation compaired to others in the row. Good Luck!
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How much total height does the rack add to your defender? It might fit as is, that is why I am asking.
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Old April 1st, 2009, 10:46 AM
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Call ECR , they will be able to tell you almost exactly
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Old April 1st, 2009, 10:49 AM
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I was not aware that townhomes use different type of door tracks. There is a low profile type track when headroom is an issue. If you are in a single family home, I would not worry about the HOA, but if you are in a townhome, you might have a problem with the look of the elevation compaired to others in the row. Good Luck!
It's kind of the opposite. It has a larger radius on the curve and raises the door about 2 feet higher when open. In my case I have a side load garage and the door to my house is pretty close to the track and has 2 steps up to it. If the track wasn't raised it would be at shoulder height as you come out the door, and only arms length away so I had them raise it.

I have a strict HOA, but I do have neighbors with raised doors so I should be fine - except for the issue of adding a panel versus a new door, but I'll deal with it when the time comes.

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Old April 1st, 2009, 11:06 AM
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How much total height does the rack add to your defender? It might fit as is, that is why I am asking.
Overall height is 92" Truck measures 81" to hard top. Rack adds 11"
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Old April 1st, 2009, 02:07 PM
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On the POE's, will the top go back on if it does have the ST roll cage back in it? How much would the roll cage go for? I am looking for a 95 ST and prefer the Conniston first.
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