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About 12” of lift, 35” tires, 139k miles, 4.10 gears, Lincoln-Lock in the rear

Located in Marlborough, Mass

Asking $5,400 or O.B.O.​















Specs
• 35 x 12.5 Dunlop mud rovers mounted on 15x8 American Racing black rock crawler rims
• 35” BFG Mud spare tire
• Custom made snorkel
• 4 new rancho 5000 shocks
• Both diff. breathers are extended
• 3” body lift
• Single tube sliders welded to the frame
• Some minor scratches/dings
• Flow master 40 – exhaust
• Catco- high flow catalytic converter
• 5% tinted windows
• Stock CD player
• Rear sliding window
• Xenon fender flares
• About 34” from ground to bottom of the door
• Custom made front and rear bumpers
• Sprayed-in bed liner under carpet
• Front hitch and 2 rear tow points on rear bumper
• Large transmission cooler
• Flex-a-lite fan used as a pusher (can be a puller)
• (Replaced in 2003 and have not drove the truck much since then) – Battery, alternator, starter, plugs, wires, distributor cap, and fuel filter.

SAS Specs
• Low pinion Dana 44 from a 87’ Jeep Wagoneer
• Square tube front drive shaft
• Ford stock towers
• Rancho steering stabilizer
• Warn manual locking hubs
• Rancho 44044 front leaf spring
• Bent up front hanger
• All new Timken bearings and seals
• Parts Mike Parts steering parts with super arms and ½” arm spacer
• ¼” plated steel on driver-side frame for steering box
• All new brake calipers/rotors/pads
• Over $3,300 just in SAS parts.


Little History
• Brought the truck in Virginia in 2000
• It was a daily driver truck but I wheeled every chance I got
• Moved to Massachusetts in September 2001
• Still a daily drive truck and wheeled every weekend I could. I broke my ProComp lift and kept breaking CV axles.
• Decided to go SAS in September 2003 so I bought a new Tacoma and put this Tacoma in the garage. (It has been garage kept since, even to this day)
• Finally completed the SAS around July 2005 (went to Paragon in PA for Takeover; did not have a front driveshaft, and did not get a chance to wheel)
• Finally made a square tube front driveshaft in July 2006, went to Paragon in PA and wheel the SAS for the first time. - BAD ASS!!!!
• I have not been wheeling since.

So basically the truck as been in the garage since Sept. 2003 collecting dust. I have been taking it out about once every couple of months, around the block, to keep the blood going. Other than driving it to Hazelton, PA twice which is about 410 miles and roughly 6 ½ hours away, the truck has been sitting.

Reasons for selling
• Getting married in a couple months and about to buy a house
• I have two trucks now and this one I never drive.
• Right now, I do not have time wheel.
• I’m a full time college student.
• The truck really needs to be trailered because it’s too big according to Massachusetts state law, but I have never had a problem driving it around.
• I can build another rig in the future when I have time to wheel.

Cons
• Check engine light has been on for years with the codes
o P0125 – Coolant temperature sensor
o P0135 – Oxygen sensor 1 in bank 1
• Transmission leaks while driving on highway (only when the engine gets really hot) it does not leak when driving in town or when wheeling. It leaks in-between the engine and transmission. My first thought was it’s a seal, but I really think it’s because of the coolant temperature sensor not working. When I had a fiberglass hood with a hood scoop on this truck, it never leaked. It only leaks when the engine gets really hot.
• No A/C (took out the A/C condenser to fit the flex-a-lite fan and transmission cooler)

Great truck and I really hate to see it go, but it has too.
 

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If you were only closer to Texas.
 

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Bump for a nice truck, Good luck with your sale man
 

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About 12” of lift, 35” tires, 139k miles, 4.10 gears, Lincoln-Lock in the rear

Located in Marlborough, Mass

Asking $6,900 or O.B.O.​















Specs
• 35 x 12.5 Dunlop mud rovers mounted on 15x8 American Racing black rock crawler rims
• 35” BFG Mud spare tire
• Custom made snorkel
• 4 new rancho 5000 shocks
• Both diff. breathers are extended
• 3” body lift
• Single tube sliders welded to the frame
• Some minor scratches/dings
• Flow master 40 – exhaust
• Catco- high flow catalytic converter
• 5% tinted windows
• Stock CD player
• Rear sliding window
• Xenon fender flares
• About 34” from ground to bottom of the door
• Custom made front and rear bumpers
• Sprayed-in bed liner under carpet
• Front hitch and 2 rear tow points on rear bumper
• Large transmission cooler
• Flex-a-lite fan used as a pusher (can be a puller)
• (Replaced in 2003 and have not drove the truck much since then) – Battery, alternator, starter, plugs, wires, distributor cap, and fuel filter.

SAS Specs
• Low pinion Dana 44 from a 87’ Jeep Wagoneer
• Square tube front drive shaft
• Ford stock towers
• Rancho steering stabilizer
• Warn manual locking hubs
• Rancho 44044 front leaf spring
• Bent up front hanger
• All new Timken bearings and seals
• Parts Mike Parts steering parts with super arms and ½” arm spacer
• ¼” plated steel on driver-side frame for steering box
• All new brake calipers/rotors/pads
• Over $3,300 just in SAS parts.


Little History
• Brought the truck in Virginia in 2000
• It was a daily driver truck but I wheeled every chance I got
• Moved to Massachusetts in September 2001
• Still a daily drive truck and wheeled every weekend I could. I broke my ProComp lift and kept breaking CV axles.
• Decided to go SAS in September 2003 so I bought a new Tacoma and put this Tacoma in the garage. (It has been garage kept since, even to this day)
• Finally completed the SAS around July 2005 (went to Paragon in PA for Takeover; did not have a front driveshaft, and did not get a chance to wheel)
• Finally made a square tube front driveshaft in July 2006, went to Paragon in PA and wheel the SAS for the first time. - BAD ASS!!!!
• I have not been wheeling since.

So basically the truck as been in the garage since Sept. 2003 collecting dust. I have been taking it out about once every couple of months, around the block, to keep the blood going. Other than driving it to Hazelton, PA twice which is about 410 miles and roughly 6 ½ hours away, the truck has been sitting.

Reasons for selling
• Getting married in a couple months and about to buy a house
• I have two trucks now and this one I never drive.
• Right now, I do not have time wheel.
• I’m a full time college student.
• The truck really needs to be trailered because it’s too big according to Massachusetts state law, but I have never had a problem driving it around.
• I can build another rig in the future when I have time to wheel.

Cons
• Check engine light has been on for years with the codes
o P0125 – Coolant temperature sensor
o P0135 – Oxygen sensor 1 in bank 1
• Transmission leaks while driving on highway (only when the engine gets really hot) it does not leak when driving in town or when wheeling. It leaks in-between the engine and transmission. My first thought was it’s a seal, but I really think it’s because of the coolant temperature sensor not working. When I had a fiberglass hood with a hood scoop on this truck, it never leaked. It only leaks when the engine gets really hot.
• No A/C (took out the A/C condenser to fit the flex-a-lite fan and transmission cooler)

Great truck and I really hate to see it go, but it has too.
Bump for a SAS steal.:D
 

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nice looking rig except for 35's with 4.10's and an auto 2.7, ouch for milage and power.
 
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