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Old 10-10-2009
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RCD kit with new fox coilovers(possible 4x4 conversion) CA

Im checking to see if there is any interest in my RCD kit.

The kit was installed in June 2007. It has about 30k miles on it. I have had not problem with the kit besides the coil overs breaking. I got new ones from Nick at a ORW yesterday. The new coil overs as of right now have 9 miles on them.

I am also looking to sell my front diff, cv's and everything Ifs.

I picked up a 89 Dana 60 yesterday for $80 and that is going under the ranger. Bye Bye IFS.

Make on offer on what you would like if anything. Everything is still on the truck, and im not sure if i am gonna be sas'ing my truck soon or not, but i need this kit gone when i do.

Make me an offer.
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$500 for the rcd, none of the stock components
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^ nice lowball
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What was the RCD kit worth new? and can you still buy parts for them since they stopped making them?
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lol I know figured its worth a shot
i think they were over $2k new
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I couldn't get a used one locally even if I pulled it off....he wanted $1500.
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I'm betting $500 isn't even a close offer considering the brand new fox coilovers are worth $500 by themselves......
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what's your reserve?
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the new coilovers were from nick at orw (group buy) were $534.51.

Not sure on the reserve...
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What would you like to get for it? Lol any pictures of the parts?
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I can get some updated pics for you guys. I have someone local interested. Ill keep you updated.
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