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Old 01-07-2010
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1989 Ford Bronco 351W - Lifted on 35's (New Jersey)

I'm selling my trail truck/summer weekend mobile, it isn't seeing much use these days, so we're going to take it off of the insurance and not re-register it. Here's what you need to know:

-1989 Ford Bronco XLT
-351 Windsor 5.8 liter V8 engine
-Automatic transmission (non-overdrive)
-Manual transfercase
-Manual Warn locking hubs (comes with one extra)
-Skyjacker 6" Stage 2 suspension lift
-35x12.50 r15 Dunlop Mud Rover tires
-Bed lined interior
-Professionally installed OHC with mechanized panel to hide radar detector (previous owner's)
-Captain chairs
-Removable factory rear seat
-Removable factory top (no leaks)
-Power front windows
-Power rear window
-Power locks (don't work)


-Slow oil leak between motor and transmission
-Oil pressure drops when motor is hot and standing at idle -may be oil pump
-Rust on wheel wells and bottom of tailgate
-Scrapes on each front fender from using high lift to jack up truck
-Lines down sides of truck from running tight trails
-Needs new tailgate handle cable
-35.x12.50 r15 General Grabber M/T spare tire does not hold air very long
-AC has been removed and replaced with pulley in stock location - heat still works

I've got about $3,000 into this truck, I'm looking to sell it for $1,500 or best offer. If transportation needs to be arranged, I could pull it with my F250, all I need is a trailer.

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Dude id soooo freakin jump on this... i need my taxes back... NOW lol
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ahh. i want! i sent you a pm.
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Ah why can't I have the money. Stupid taxes!
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School refund check/taxes refund check WHERE ART THOU?
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Want to meet me half way.
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Sorry Chad, I would if I had reason to go out that way. I have to be honest and say that it is just too much distance for me to cover.
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No problem. I figured it didn't hurt to ask.
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Indeed, you never know.
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Dang taxes and the fact I live pretty far away.

Good deal here folks.
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would this survive a road trip to ny?
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would this survive a road trip to ny?
I just sent a message to chevyslayer about that, the last time this truck saw highway speeds for an extended period of time was 2 years ago. I honestly have no idea how well the oil pump or diff seals will hold up. A trailer is definitely recommended.
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I just sent a message to chevyslayer about that, the last time this truck saw highway speeds for an extended period of time was 2 years ago. I honestly have no idea how well the oil pump or diff seals will hold up. A trailer is definitely recommended.
Im gonna see if I can find a trailer to borrow.
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Bumping this up to the top.
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winks ... i really really want this ... but im 16 with no job a stock ranger that doesnt even run cuz i dont have money for a battery so this is out of the question for now ... so out of respect for you and your absolutly badd *** truck ..... BUMP!!!!!!
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Ha, thanks man.
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