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2007 Jeep JK
2007 Jeep JK
2007 Jeep JK
2007 Jeep JK
2007 Jeep JK
2007 Jeep JK
2007 Jeep JK
2007 Jeep JK
$17,000

2007 Jeep JK

2007 Jeep Wrangler V6 6speed manual with only 98k miles. This jeep runs and drives great. It was built for the trail but has no problem cruising smoothly 75-80mph down the highway. I stick to rocks, not mud. This jeep needs nothing to be your daily driver or weekend warrior. AC is ICE cold, heat gets super hot, has a nice pioneer touch screen radio with bluetooth and navigation.
This jeep actually started out life as a Sport with power windows and locks, but I bought a wrecked rubicon and swapped everything over that a rubicon has except for the electric swaybar, which isn’t usable when this big. The Jeep is originally red, however it is currently painted in Desert Tan plasti-dip. This is easily reversible if you want to go back to factory paint; it just peels right off.
The jeep rides on a full Teraflex 4″ lift that works great! Excellent ride both on and off road. (it better be for a $2,600 lift) Tires are 36×12.5×15
Super Swamper TSLS.
Within the past 8k miles it’s had the following replced:
New Tie Rod
New Steering Stabilizer
New radiator
New Electric Fan
New AC condenser
New Clutch
New clutch master cylinder
New Clutch Slave Cylinder
New brake pads front and rear, including parking brake shoes
New Brake calipers front and rear
New Brake Rotors
New Steering Stabilizer
Some of the additional modifications include:
– Front stubby winch bumper (unknown brand)
– Smittybuilt 9.5k winch
– 22k lb svnthetic winch line
– Smittybilt rc rear bumper with tire carrier
– Metalcloak front and rear fenders
Front axle – Rubicon Dana 44:
– Yukon 4.88 Gears with factory E-locker
– RCV chromo shafts – (these were $1200)
– Artec Truss and Gusset
– Barnes 4wd Heavy Duty Lower Control arm mounts
– Poison spyder heavy duty diff cover
Rear Axle – dana 44
– Yukon 4.88 Gears factory elocker
– Ten Factory Chromoly axle shafts
– Poison Spyder Heavy Duty Diff cover
Rubicon np241 transfer case with 4.1:1 ratio
Upgraded tom woods -joint driveshafts to replace the weak factory ones with cv joints.
I’ve had this jeep all over, even as far out as Moab Utah a couple times and it’s never let me down.

Shoot me a text if interested or need more pictures.

Wilmington, NC,28412,North Carolina