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Old 05-06-2007, 11:30 PM   #1
 
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YJ-ready Hi Pinion rear 9 + HP30 package

The following items are for sale now, but you can’t have them until after July 4, 2007. I have jeep trips already scheduled through that date and there’s no way I’m starting my upgrade right now.

For now, this is a package deal and package deal only: all or none. This could change.
$3000.00

Tires
4 ea. 36-13.50x15 IROK bias. Tires will be 1 yr old this June. Rock rash (of course; I wheel my Jeep), no plugs/patches, lots of tread left. Stickiest tires I’ve ever experienced. I bought the 4WPW replacement warranty. If it transfers and I can find the paperwork, then they come with that too. Balanced (all inner weights) and mounted on the wheels below.

1 ea 36-12.50Rx15 TSL radial. Spare that I keep on the trailer. That’s all I can say about it.

Wheels
5 ea 15x8 5x4.5 black rockcrawlers. Plenty of rock rash. Come with lug nuts for four wheels. I may even have some center caps around here if you want them.

Rear Axle Assembly
Currie High Pinion 9
Spring over
4.88s on a full Detroit
35 spline axles
disc brakes
hubs are drilled for 5x4.5 or 5x5.5 (currently 5x4.5 being used)
Note: this unit is several inches wider than stock YJ; I’m unsure how much.
2 years of some hard wheeling with zero trouble. Very stout axle assembly.
Shocks not included, but this could change.

Front High Pinion D30
Standard YJ fare for the housing, including vacuum disco (has always worked for me)
Spring over
4.88s with a Detroit Easy Locker (or whatever they call it…their Lockright)
Unknown brand of bolt-on high steer (for just the drag link). Moves drag link above leaf spring. Drilled for heim. At this time, DRAG LINK NOT INCLUDED. This could change.
Outers drilled for heims on the tie rod. At this time, TIE ROD NOT INCLUDED. This could change.
I run wheel spacers to make the front as wide as the rear; wheel spacers included.
Shocks not included, but this could change.
In two years of some hard wheeling I broke one driver side u-joint (which then broke the inner yoke), all while running IROKS that (when new) are almost 37” tall! Way stouter axle than I ever dreamed.
Spare parts: I have at least 2 short side complete assemblies, at least 1 long side TJ (one piece inner) complete assembly, and at least one complete YJ long side assembly plus an extra YJ inner half. Spare thick diff cover (Russ can make a buttface for you). Spare rotors, calipers, and outers, 2 of each. I forget what else I may have.

My 1.5” reverse-eye leafs are NOT for sale. This could change.
My drive shafts are NOT for sale. This could change.

$3000

Go check the price of a new Currie high pinion 9 center chunk all set up and ready to drop in. I think this is a pretty darn good package deal. Bolt it under your YJ with some add-a-leafs (or trim your fenders), get a drag link, modify your rear driveshaft, and you are ready to rock-and roll. I worked alone over the course of two or three weekends to get these babies under my YJ (and pull old axles and install old axles under the parts jeep). Get a bud or two to pitch in and you could transform your YJ into a pretty decent rockcrawler in a weekend.

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Old 05-06-2007, 11:37 PM   #2
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Who? Me? 1-ton? Whatever for?

Naw. I'm takin' her back to stock so's I can sell her as a classic car and make some big bux.
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I posted this on a local board here Hatch. I have a couple of friends with yj's that are abought ready for the next phase. Good Luck and to the top for you

BTW you need something else to wheel. The yj just doesn't fit you, I think you should buy the sammi back or build a clone to it.
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Since inquiring minds want to know:

I stumbled onto a D60 kingpin high pinion and a Sterling full float out of a 1ton Ferd for a very nice price. 15" wheels won't fit around the disc brakes, so I will need new wheels at least 16", meaning I can't keep my tires. If I can't keep my tires, then I'm stepping up to 42s, which means some trimming, a tad more lift (only the minimum necessary) and scooting each axle out about 3"-4". I'll have to outboard the front springs anyway, so a forward and down move at the same time is no sweat.

Just some minor modifications.

Plan: 5.38s, welded rear, Lockright front. Maybe a 4:1 np231. I can manage w/o 4:1 initially. Begin on or around July 4, finish in time to make Hot Springs first weekend in October.

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Hatch, we are in the process of putting a doubler in Almarez's jeep. We will use the front of the NP231 with a Dana 300 (total cost minus T-case is about $800 for shift rails and adapter kit). This set-up will only extend total length about 1". Should have finish within the next couple of weeks. We will be doing Lynne's Toy next. If interested in set-up, we can discuss later. Congrats on D60.

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Since inquiring minds want to know:

I stumbled onto a D60 kingpin high pinion and a Sterling full float out of a 1ton Ferd for a very nice price. 15" wheels won't fit around the disc brakes, so I will need new wheels at least 16", meaning I can't keep my tires. If I can't keep my tires, then I'm stepping up to 42s, which means some trimming, a tad more lift (only the minimum necessary) and scooting each axle out about 3"-4". I'll have to outboard the front springs anyway, so a forward and down move at the same time is no sweat.

Just some minor modifications.

Plan: 5.38s, welded rear, Lockright front. Maybe a 4:1 np231. I can manage w/o 4:1 initially. Begin on or around July 4, finish in time to make Hot Springs first weekend in October.

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Hatch, we are in the process of putting a doubler in Almarez's jeep. We will use the front of the NP231 with a Dana 300 (total cost minus T-case is about $800 for shift rails and adapter kit). This set-up will only extend total length about 1". Should have finish within the next couple of weeks. We will be doing Lynne's Toy next. If interested in set-up, we can discuss later. Congrats on D60.
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