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2004 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon - NEW 4.6 stroker! - $17,900 (Albuquerque)

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condition: excellent
cylinders: 6 cylinders
drive: 4wd
fuel: gas
odometer: 129600
paint color: yellow
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: SUV
2004 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon that's been extensively renewed, with NEW 4.6 stroker motor

BDS Long Arm 4.5" lift
Metal Cloak sliders and high clearance fenders (could fit 37s)
ALL the tops: Hard top/full doors + Bestop soft top with soft half doors + sunshade + bikini top
Warn 12k winch w/synthetic line
Anti-rock off-road swaybar
B&M short throw shifter
LED head lights + off-road lights

ALL of this is new in the last ~3,000 miles...
4.6 Stroker motor built by Empire Engine with Clegg stroker kit- slightly hotter cam
South Bend clutch
35" Goodyear Wrangler MTR tires
All new suspension bushings, ball joints and ZJ steering
Chromoly front axles and new axle seals
Android stereo with front and rear cameras
Smittybuilt high flow air compressor mounted under hood
Black Magic brake pads + new rear calipers
Heavy duty rear control arm mounts
Optima YellowTop battery
20 Watt GMRS radio
All that plus tons of little stuff (sensors, injectors, ignition etc)

This thing is totally sorted and ready to go...but I built up more of an "overlander" rig while the engine was getting rebuilt, which is what I'm mostly doing these days, and seldom use the Jeep anymore as it's more of a hard core rock-crawler. I love this thing, but it mostly sits, and I could use the garage space, so it's time to let someone else enjoy it.

What's wrong with it? Very little at this point. Once I opened the hood on a windy day, the wind caught it, slammed it against the windshield frame, so there's a slight dent in the hood, but it can be removed with paintless dent removal. There's some rock-rub on some of the wheels. The rear sway bar has a slight bend in it and occasionally contacts the upper control arm when it's totally flexed out. The back seat folding mechanism is a bit sticky. That's about it. Overall this thing is clean, renewed and in excellent shape and one of the nicer TJ's you'll find.

Photos with flag on antenna taken 5/18/2024

post id: 7748520527

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