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About Kermit

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    2009 Jeep Rubicon Unlimited
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    Green Valley, AZ

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  1. 2009 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited 78k miles. Original owner. All engine & transmission maintenance performed by dealer. Engine, trans and transfer case untouched, never modified in order to maintain the lifetime powertrain warranty. This very capable off-roader has conquered many trails without being abused. All the weak points discovered and resolved. No accidents but the Red Rock Crystal Pearl paint is covered with Arizona pinstripes and some small dents from getting too close to the rocks. Excellent highway manners. Garage kept, thoroughly cleaned after every use, and only used from November through April (snowbird). All maintenance records, Jeep manuals & paperwork, and accessory manuals included. KBB value 9/19 $18k. Over $26k invested since new. $25k or best offer. Available for inspection after Nov. 6. Russ 717 368-4483. Factory options: Trailer tow group, Auto transmission, Uconnect nav, Freedom top Modifications & Accessories included: ~New (1/21/19 only used 3 ½ months) BFG Mud Terrain T/A KM3 35 x 12.50R17 tires $1,352.49 ~Pro Rock 44 Unlimited Front axle w/Dynatrac HD Balljoints including Currie heavy steering kit w/spare cartridge, Fox 2.0 through shaft steering stabilizer, 4.88 G2 gears front & back and sway bar disconnect $7,000 ~RCV front axles w/freshly rebuilt CV joints $1,217 ~Rubicon Express Extreme Duty coilovers all around w/spanner wrench $3,164 ~Supplemental Roll cage w/padding & tie-in kit $2,065 ~Hydraulic bump stops all around $571 ~Shrockworks rear bumper w/tire carrier, cargo rack, stainless steel shackles, Hi-Lift Jack, 2 jerry can mounts, 1 fuel can + 1 water can $2,500 ~River Raider complete skid system Aluminum w/skins & EZ drain oil valve $2,420 ~PSC High Performance steering pump w/heat sink cooler $571 ~Three night vision cameras mounted front & back $497 ~Rugged Ridge front modular bumper w/ storage ends $639 ~B&M Transmission Super Cooler w/adjustable thermostatic control $87 ~Dual batteries w/Cole Hersee Smart Battery Isolator $800 ~Rugged Ridge 10.5 winch w/synthetic rope, D-ring isolator, winch cover $763 ~Yakima roof rack $337 ~Thule 867 Tahoe Roof Carry bag $162 ~Boom Mat hardtop liner $236 ~Teraflex front sway bar quick disconnect $141 ~AEV Procal Module $150 ~Daystar hood wranglers $25 ~HID Headlights $152 ~Hyline hood louvers $150 ~Skid Row evaporative canister guard $110 ~AEV rear dif slider $280 ~Cobra C75-WSXT CB w/external speaker $150 ~ Stainless steel CB antenna mount $118 ~LED back-up lights $18 ~ Teraflex rear sway bar link $68 ~Magnaflow exhaust muffler $70 ~CMM Billet grab bar $161 ~HighRock entry guard $32 ~Bestop underseat storage box (safe) $56 ~Bestop entry guards $25 ~New rear brake rotors and pads all around $300 ~RoadPro 12v portable stove $34
  2. Interested for sure. Cabins preferred so would appreciate more info regarding group rates if possible Mike. Thanks
  3. We just returned from Death Valley and don't recommend anyone going there for at least a few weeks, possibly much longer. Several paved and many dirt roads were closed due to previous storms when we arrived on Friday, March 8. On Wednesday evening and into Thursday, March 14 it rained very hard and washed out what few roads were open. We were lucky to get out at all. When we first arrived there was no access to Titus Canyon (no you can't go around the barriers as the road is impassable), Wildrose Road leading to Skidoo & the Charcoal Kilns, Westside Road and others and after that Wednesday night storm many other roads were washed out as well. Click this link to find the latest road closures: https://www.nps.gov/deva/planyourvisit/conditions.htm
  4. Sooo sorry but I can't make it. Up half the night dealing with everything exiting out both ends. Don't know if it's the flu or something I ate but I'll be spending the day close to where I'm sitting now. Call me and I'll walk you through.the details. This sucks!
  5. jkucrawler: See my post for this Saturday. Hope to see you there.
  6. ***CANCELLED*** Join us for a day run from Rio Rico to Patagonia this Saturday, 2/3/18. Steep hill climb to the 4 Metals Mine, over the top to the Mowry Mine, then explore the Harshaw Cemetery on the way to Patagonia. If enough interest we can make a quick stop at the border where the old railroad rail fence meets the new. Last stop will be in Patagonia by 5:00 where you can find a place to eat dinner or head home. From Patagonia it's about 60 miles via 82 & 83 to the intersection of I10 & I19 in South Tucson. No serious challenges on this run but the road running up to the 4 Metals Mine is loose gravel and steep. Suitable for mildly modified vehicles with good clearance and at least 1 locker. Stock Rubicons OK. Pack a lunch and plenty to drink. All attendees must sign a waiver that I will provide. Ladies are cordially invited.
  7. Dana 44 front axle shafts out of my 2009 JK Rubicon Unlimited with approx. 25k miles. Axle shafts are perfect only selling because I upgraded to RCV shafts a few years ago. Pickup in Green Valley. Will make great spares. $50.
  8. Upgraded to 456 so stock 410's up for sale. Gears are perfect and include bearings. Pickup from Kermit (Russ) in Green Valley. $100
  9. Butler/Comb Washes near Blanding, Utah (I will post this run) Kingman, AZ South of Tucson: Cerro Colorado, Arivaca, Ruby, Border fence near Nogales, Patagonia. (I will post this run)
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