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Discussion in 'AZ- Copper State Cruisers' started by blatant, Dec 9, 2014.
What size tires? Condition?
How old are they?
Stock sizing.... descent.... 50%
Bridgestone Desert Duelers 684II; 275/65/R18 114T M+S
2 are from 2014
1 from 2015
Hey Phil, sorry for the delay, haven't checked back here lately. The only handle I have is on the shifter assembly and the "palm" portion is worn through.
Anyone need 4 Cooper Discoverer ST Maxx 305/70-18s (35X12.50-18)?
They're in nice shape.
In Sonoita for $500.
It's off a 2002 LC
If this year doesn't end up working out for you Phil I've still got my 2004 up for grabs.
(4) 265/70-16 Hankook Dynapros on white steel wagon wheels. 6 X 5.5".
Very little wear.
In Sonoita for $400.
anybody got a spare FJ62 steering gear box laying around???
$200 - JL Audio CP110G-w1v2 Loaded 10" W1 Enclosure (lightly used, 2" dent in grill, works great!)
Technical Specification * Sensitivity: 85 dB * RMS Power Range : 50 - 300 Watts * Peak Power Handling: 600 Watts * Impedance: 4 Ohm * Low Frequency response: 25 Hz * High Frequency Response: 250 Hz * Diameter: 10 Inch Features * ported hatchback-style enclosure with one 10" W1v2 subwoofer * Steel-mesh grille * Solid V-groove MDF construction * Flared Slot-Port Design * 5-way binding posts * Floating Cone Attachment Method * Elevated Frame Cooling System * Finish: Dark gray carpet, steel mesh grille * Enclosure Type: Slot-ported * Net Weight: 35.9 lbs * Enclosure height: 14.0" * Enclosure width: 18.75" * Enclosure Depth: 14.0"
fj80 steering box core
ready for rebuild... sector shaft is bent. the rest was taken apart and cleaned and bagged. ready to be rebuilt.
how well will that one work in my 62? I"ve heard bolt pattern is the same.
great question I've heard the same but don't really know for sure.
I'm looking for a spare tire leveling kit from Ajik Overland or Wits End. The current owner, Wits End, doesn't have any in stock. Does anyone have a kit they want to part with?
In production but not real quick
No worries, that's why I'm trolling locally. If I can't dig one up, I'll order as soon as they are in stock. Right now I'm relying on AAA.
You can make them with about $10 in hardware and a chop saw/cutoff wheel.
Hmmmmmm....the angle iron looks pretty straight forward but getting the angle of the holes looks tricky.
I used electrical conduit and can stuff a 35 there but sure close to the panhard but it fits