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Old May 23rd, 2004, 03:18 PM
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bilst. suspension, tires/wheels, others

updated 5/25 - thx D-90.com!
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due to some big changes on the horizon i need to sell a few of the goodies i've had sitting around. please contact me via email or PM. shipping is extra from 98107

suspension stuff
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new in the box:
2 bilstein 7100 10" shocks - $220
2 bilstein 5100 12" shocks - $120

used:
genuine ~16.5" free length 150lb rears (factory 1-2" lift); used for 6 mos on-road, nearly new condition; will update later with P/N - $75


tires:
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4 35x12.50 MT/R's @ 95%. these tires have been siped fairly aggressively in the center lugs but are otherwise perfect, and have maybe 6-7 off-road runs on them and zero street miles. $500 OBO


Drivetrain:
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1 set of 4.70 R&P from SIII front differential in great shape. Includes ARB ring gear spacer and new ring gear bolts to install onto coiler carrier. $75


stock used 10 spline stuff, all in good shape
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rear 10spl axles and drive members - $50
stock rear diff w/o ring gear, looks new - $25

front 10sp inner axles $25 complete
front diff w/o ring gear - $25


thanks for looking

isaacfain (at) speakeasy.net
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Old May 23rd, 2004, 03:42 PM
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Hmm.. I may be interested in some things.
  • How old/used are the RTE springs?
  • Are the shocks for the 3" lift?
  • Are the wheels SG or GCR?
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Old May 23rd, 2004, 05:56 PM
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I would be interested in the RTE springs after Chris.
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Old May 24th, 2004, 12:52 AM
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Chris - I bought these shocks as a compliment for the 3" springs, though they'd work equally as well on 2" ome or equiv IMO.

the 7100's are HEIM jointed on both ends
http://www.mad4wd.com/tek9.asp?pg=pr...cific=jppohpi4

all four are non-reservoir shocks. the 7100 10" shocks are valved 275/78, but can be changed to whatever you want

the 5100 12" shocks are eye-to-eye with normal bushes, and 255/70 valving
http://www.mad4wd.com/tek9.asp?pg=pr...cific=jporkml4

I hate to be selling them but am out of time and out of cash, and its looking like I'll be depending on the rover more for on-road driving so I have to scale back me plans

the springs have about 6 mos of use on them, and according to the prior owner had settled on his rig about 1/2" with full RTE bumpers, sliders, skids, and HD everything. these were among the last set before steve starting selling the newer shot-peened and scragged springs, and the owner jumped on those new sets. On the test fitment on my rig they give 3+ inches of lift, but I have zero bolt-ons (rangie). My rig hasn't left the driveway since last oct, so they don't have any use from me <sniff>

you guys are 1 and 2 for the springs - let me know.

wheels: i bought these from a newer outfit in chicago, www.roverlandproducts.com they are marketed there as ProComp on the site, but you could call Ron and he can give you all the info you'd need. they're every bit as beefy as GCR, and have a really nice finish on them. I bought them from there more less to try out a new biz - great guys.

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Old May 24th, 2004, 08:08 AM
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Thanks Isaac, let me email you tonight when I get home.

Oh, what is the superflex joint?
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Old May 24th, 2004, 10:21 AM
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s-flex joints, AKA johnny joint (but better) - use 'em to fab longer rear links. the 3" lift was too much for the rubber bushes, and i felt that stock are too short. i had intended to lengthen the links by around 4" or so to eliminate a bit of rear steer under articulation.

the links are fully rebuildable and come with a zirk to keep them lubricated. nice stuff.

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Old May 24th, 2004, 04:44 PM
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Chris,
If you are looking to upgrade from your current suspension, I may be interested in your current springs? I am looking for 2-3 inches of lift.
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Old May 24th, 2004, 06:57 PM
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Dennis, these would do the trick. first with cash takes 'em. thx for the interest -
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Old May 25th, 2004, 08:58 AM
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Dennis, if you need the springs, I will pass on them. I am only starting to get myself together to build up our D90 a bit more and if you need them, go ahead. I am not in a rush like I have to replace them this moment.
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Old May 26th, 2004, 12:26 AM
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sorry guys - springs have sold, along with a few other items. shocks and tires still avail.
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