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Old July 19th, 2016, 06:54 PM
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FS: D1 300TDI Auto Trail Rig "parts truck"

This is being sold without a title and is a parts truck/trail rig (No Vin parts truck). I will not part it out and it is being sold as a complete package. Truck runs great. I bought it to use as part of an upcoming Defender build but that project has changed direction so I'm moving this to support the next plan. This is a truck for someone who is looking for a badass trail rig and is turn key for that purpose or for someone looking to do a 300TDI auto swap on a Defender with some great additional bonus items for drivetrain. Feel free to ask me questions but I don't know too many specifics other than what is listed and what trail riding I've done in it thus far. Which by the way has been a blast. Serious interested parties please PM me for additional pics and information.

Price: $8500

97' D1
Fully rebuilt 300tdi 4 cylinder turbo diesel motor with zeus timing gears
oversized intercooler,
uprated pump,
extra oil cooler,
heavy duty auto box with extra coolers,
low ratio transfer box,
double cardon propshaft,
5 inch lift,
caster corrected arms all round,
double front long travel shocks,
adjustable panhard rod,
double steering dampers,
long travel rear shocks and dislocation cones,
35 inch tires with 10 x 15 rims,
Ashcroft locking diffs ,
air tanks and compressor,
twin batteries.
The truck is ready to go, in very good running condition. Happy to start the vehicle and take interested buyer for drive in large parking lot, but it is not street legal or insured so no test drives.
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Old July 19th, 2016, 06:56 PM
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Damn! This is bad ass... Lot of hardware for the money!!! GLWTS
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Old July 19th, 2016, 09:15 PM
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What are the fittings and orange piping coming off the manifold?
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Old July 19th, 2016, 09:50 PM
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Old July 19th, 2016, 09:56 PM
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How tall is it to the roof top?
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Old July 19th, 2016, 10:40 PM
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no fan shroud ?
Doesn't need it...not all the blades are there!


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Old July 20th, 2016, 07:44 AM
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I drove with no fan on my 300 Tdi for at least a year. I only had it run warm when I sat in traffic for close to 45 min.
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Old July 20th, 2016, 07:44 AM
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Damn! This is bad ass... Lot of hardware for the money!!! GLWTS
Thanks John. Yea the truck is pretty sweet and I'm sure will serve the next owner well whether using for parts or for wheelin'
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Old July 20th, 2016, 08:55 AM
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Old July 20th, 2016, 09:21 AM
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Hey Adam....sorry I wasn't with the truck last night to respond. It's 7' to the tallest point on the roof top. Using a tape measure and taking the measurement just away from the truck by a few inches, I would allow for variance of 1" more or 1" less than the 7' stated, but that's pretty accurate.
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Old July 20th, 2016, 09:33 AM
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Copy, thanks. will be thinking it over. But good news is it would be able to fit in my garage.
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What gears in the diffs? Ashcroft air lockers?
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Two gents in DC considering the Engine / Trans and the Axles. Anyone need any of the other parts if we take it on? If so list PM part / offer!
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What are the fittings and orange piping coming off the manifold?
Don't know what they are either?
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Old July 21st, 2016, 07:15 AM
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Don't know what they are either?
I suspect they are air hose lines to the locking diffs. But there are too many of them.......
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I'll get some replies out to all the questions later this afternoon and apologize for delayed response on answering them. I've been slammed the past few days and have not been around the truck to get some specifics answered. There is a good chance some of the questions I just won't have an answer to as I didn't build this truck and don't know every aspect of it but I'll do my best. On another note, I'm getting a ton of interest on this truck and I haven't even posted it anywhere else yet but plan to later this afternoon when I get some free time. If anyone here is hanging on the fence about it and done some serious considering then I think your time is thinning as I'm sure it'll be gone soon so catch up with me if you have any questions via PM.
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Copy, thanks. will be thinking it over. But good news is it would be able to fit in my garage.
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I suspect they are air hose lines to the locking diffs. But there are too many of them.......
The listing says it has a compressor and if you look to the left of the block you can see the actuators for the lockers and they have blue hose. At first I just assumed the orange ones were for a boost Gage but One of the orange hoses runs to that black flask looking thing in the front right which I can't identify either.
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The listing says it has a compressor and if you look to the left of the block you can see the actuators for the lockers and they have blue hose. At first I just assumed the orange ones were for a boost Gage but One of the orange hoses runs to that black flask looking thing in the front right which I can't identify either.
They are talking about the piping coming off the intake manifold. Looks to have a shutoff valve too.
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