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Old October 24th, 2012, 12:25 AM
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Axles, ARBs w/ 4.11s, springs, Disco sliders, etc.

Rockware Discovery 1 sliders w/ tube extensions(for steps, at some point since 2005 when I had them built people started calling this a tree slider. These have been used but I stripped and primed and repainted them and then they sat in a shed for about 2 years) - $500
Rovertym RR1-3 and RR4-3 springs circa mid 2006 w/ about 10k miles on them not sagging. These are 3" progressive rate lift springs - $250 for all 4
ARB diffs w/ 4.11s and GBR HD axles front and rear. Rear diff is missing pinion flange that was taken for a roto flex conversion. Air lockers worked before. Have been in storage for about six months. - $2600
EE Expeditionware Spring Retainer kit never used - $135
ARB Heavy Duty Air Line Kit (2) - $55 each


Would prefer local pick up northern Mississippi. Can possibly deliver to Tuscaloosa/Birmingham. Shipping extra and probably a lot due to weight. As stated in other for sale thread, I would consider trading for Mantec spare tire carrier, any Thomas Day piece, antique/wooden lazy susan, possibly a baby crib, dark wood rocking chair, Trident Green factory bonnet w/ spare tire mount. If prices are out of line, make an offer.
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Old October 27th, 2012, 07:05 PM
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Springs pictures. Mostly dirt though the iPhone makes it look a lot like rust. Some rust on springs.
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Old October 27th, 2012, 07:07 PM
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Diff #1 w/ pinion flange. Again, majority is dirt.
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Old October 27th, 2012, 07:08 PM
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Diff #2.
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Old October 27th, 2012, 07:10 PM
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Sliders.
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so the sliders do not mount to the sills like other makes?
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No. The sliders are frame mounted. You have to drill out a hole for each arm, but these won't tweak like the sill mounted type that result in bent door bottoms or inability to open doors.

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Springs are sold.
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Willing to separate the ARB's/axle package? Interested in the front axles if you are willing to split. Please PM me with price if interested
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No. The sliders are frame mounted. You have to drill out a hole for each arm, but these won't tweak like the sill mounted type that result in bent door bottoms or inability to open doors.
I have those same sliders. They are easy to install and will take a serious beating. I like them because they don't tweak the door bottoms like so many others.

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Old October 30th, 2012, 08:22 PM
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Willing to separate the ARB's/axle package? Interested in the front axles if you are willing to split. Please PM me with price if interested
Willing to split, but the front axles/cvs are tentatively sold on D-Web, sorry.

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I have those same sliders. They are easy to install and will take a serious beating. I like them because they don't tweak the door bottoms like so many others.

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Yeah. They are really great. Rockware makes very stout products.
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Willing to split, but the front axles/cvs are tentatively sold on D-Web, sorry.

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Yeah. They are really great. Rockware makes very stout products.
No worries, keep me posted if that falls through
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Front axles CVs are sold. What's left:

Sliders - $500 (these were a custom job from rockware not the off the shelf ones)
Rear HD Axles - $300 (GBR w/ drive flanges)
4.11 ARB Locker w/ pinion -$900
4.11 ARB Locker w/o pinion - $800
ARB new in box HD airlines - $55 each or add $35 w/ a locker
EE Spring retainer kit new never used - $135
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Front axles CVs are sold. What's left:

Sliders - $500 (these were a custom job from rockware not the off the shelf ones)
Rear HD Axles - $300 (GBR w/ drive flanges)
4.11 ARB Locker w/ pinion -$900
4.11 ARB Locker w/o pinion - $800
ARB new in box HD airlines - $55 each or add $35 w/ a locker
EE Spring retainer kit new never used - $135
I know you had these listed here and on dweb, any update on what's left?
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Old November 21st, 2012, 05:04 PM
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Yeah. That's what's available. I got very busy with work and haven't gotten shipping quotes on the sliders to a few people but you can consider all that available as of now.
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Still have the rear half shafts?
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Yeah. Still have the rear shafts w/ flanges. Give me an address/zip code and I'll swing by the UPS store tomorrow to get a shipping quote. Shouldn't be too much maybe about $20-30?
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Only sliders and EE spring retainer kit remain. Everything else has sold.
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All of these parts are sold.
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