2015 Jeep Wrangler JK Rubicon W/Ursa Minor/Goosegear camp kitchen 41,200 miles (55k$)

Darkhorse34

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Its a Rubicon, so DANA 44 axles, front and rear lockers, sway bar disconnect etc..As far as upgrades go, I have done this:



-WARN ZEON 10-S WINCH W/ SPYDURA SYTHETIC ROPE AND WARN EPIC 1.5 FAIRLEAD

-LOD DESTROYER FULL-WIDTH FRONT BUMPER W/ BULLBAR

-JW SPEAKER 8700 EVOLUTION 2 DUAL BURN HEADLAMPS

-JW SPEAKER 239 J2 SERIES 3.5 IN ROUND LED

-AEV SAVAGRE WHEELS BLACK 17X8.5 5X5

-BF GOODRICH ALL-TERRAIN T/A KO2 37X12.50 R17 LT TIRES W/WHEEL PROS TPMS SMART SENSOR ONE RUBBER VALUE SNAP-IN

-DYNATRAC PROGRIPBRAKE UPGRADE SYSTEM

-NITRO 5.13 RING AND PINION

-AEV PROCAL MODULE

-K&N AIR FILTER

-GENESIS OFFROAD DUAL BATTERY KIT 200 AMP ISOLATOR W/ 2 OPTIMA YELLOW TOP BATTERIES

-sPOD BANTAM W/ 8 SWITCH PANEL SYSTEM BLUE

-RIGID INDUSTRIES E-SERIES PRO MIDNIGHT EDITION SPOT LIGHT 6 IN

-RIGID INDUSTRIES D-SERIES PRO MIDNIGHT SPOTLIGHTS

-LOD SIGNITURE SERIES SHORTY REAR BUBPER W/ GENERATION 4 TIRE CARRIER AND GENERATION 3 TRAIL RACK SYSTEM

-JW SPEAKER 279 J SERIES LED TAIL LIGHT KIT

-HI-LIFT 48 INCH X-TREAM JACK

-I HAVE 2 LOD GENERATION 3-4 BLITZ STYLE JERRY CAN MOUNTS FOR BOTH RIGHT AND LEFT THAT ARE NEW AND NOT ON THE VEHICLE.(STILL HAVE TO GET JERRY CANS)

-TERAFLEX LIFT KIT W/FLEXARMS AND TRACK BAR 4 INCH LIFT

-TERAFLEX FALCON SERIES 2.1 MONOTUBE SHOCKS FRONT AND REAR

-MAGNIFLOW MF SERIES PERFORMANCE CAT-BLACK EXAUST SYSTEM

and last, but certainly not least

-blacked out URSAMINOR J 30 POP UP CAMPER TOP WITH 2 GALLON WATER ROTOPAX ON RIGHT AND LEFT SIDES AND YAKIMA SKYLINE ADJUSTABLE RACK

-ONLY OPENED ONCE FOR PICTURE, of RHINO-RACK BATWING AWNING

-GOOSE GEAR 60% REAR SEAT DELETE W/ LOCKABLE STORAGE

-GOOSGEAR REAR PLATE W/ SUBWOOFER GRILLE

-GOOSE GEAR CAMP KITCHEN WITH ARB FRIDGE W/ GRILL AND REAR HATCH CUTTING BOARD.



I am the second owner and purchased the jeep with clean title and 26k miles on it February of 2019. No accidents, runs and drives great! Built it to get into gold prospecting and overloading. All the under body work was done in 2 sessions in the summer of 2019 at The Offroad Shop in Portland, Oregon by the owner Eric. He is awesome and has great reviews. Accessory Outfitters in Aloha Oregon did my goose gear and kitchen install that same summer and my Ursaminor camp-er top was just installed in January of 2020. I know people are gonna try to lowball on here, and I know I am going to loose money on the sale, but help a poor guy out and don't make me loose too much. Being that the camper, camp kitchen and suspension are so new, combined with the fact I had to wait the total of about a 9 months for my custom order from Ursaminor and 4 months for my Goose gear from Accessory Outfitters(heck, I even had to wait like 5 months for my awning), you are not just buying a used camper jeep, you are buying a work of art that I dreamt of, envisioned and invested all my money and a whole lot of patience into. I am on VA Disability and don't work, so the jeep has low miles and has been driven with love. I have slept in it a total of 4 nights and have done no serious off-roading. Its awesome and everything I wanted. I just have a bad back and need to reevaluate how I want to spend my later years. Thanks for the read. I am happy to answer any questions.

I am asking 55,000$ Thanks for reading and I hope you find your adventure!
 

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resqd1

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Wasn't sure how to do that bump thing, where your post gets back to the top of the adds. guessed this was how it was done. lol
Nope. Any time someone comments it goes back to the top. That is why I kept commenting on your last one for you to try and help it out. 😬😬.
 
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