WTB

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I've only had this Cruiser for a year and a half, but my life is taking a big turn and I'm not really going to have much opportunity to use it the way I intended. It's an awesome backroader/expo rig, that can crawl wherever it will fit. It will cruise at 80mph all day long (or at least until the gas tank runs dry), in total comfort with the AC on and sunroof open. If you know cruisers then you know this was the pinnacle of the line, with a DOHC 4.5l inline six, a tough 4spd OD automatic, solid axles (rear full floater), and factory lockers

247,xxx miles on the motor that doesn't use oil and passes smog with no issues. Mileage is actually less than that as it's spinning the odometer about 12% faster than stock. This helps a bunch in keeping up with traffic and at 80mph you're doing 3,000 RPM which that engine will do no problem.

Front axle has 5.29 gears and and factory locking differential. Three link suspension with Bilstein 9100 2.5" remote reservoir coilovers. Spring rate is good as is damping (specs unknown). It's running a bit less caster than stock, so it turns awesome on the trail, or in the parking lots.

Rear axle is factory locking full floater with 5.29's and OME springs and shocks.

Wheels are Interco 16x9 Birdgogs with 315/75-16 Goodyear Duratracs, maybe 8,000 miles on them. The Birdogs are as near a beadlock you can get without actually clamping the tire and I've run them down into the low teens and never even burped a bead. The Duratracs are rated for 3840lbs per corner, so you can actually run them at 25PSI and have plenty of load capacity for this heavy rig, (great for driving back on the freeway after a day on the trail without having to air up).

Binksfab plate steel bumpers front and rear as well as their awesome rock sliders. To buy them would set you back about $3,000, and the craftsmanship is top notch. There is also a Smittybuilt 10,000lb winch and $800+ worth of LED lights mounted in the front.

Dual batteries, with high current isolation. Dual 12v outlets in the back, (perfect for a fridge, or whatever). Custom in-dash installation of Kenwood 65w 2m radio, Uniden CB and Pioneer Bluetooth, iPod/USBCD/AM/FM head unit, Alpine door speakers and underseat sub-woofer. New grey canvas Covercraft seatcovers. HIR bulbs in headlights (http://www.hirheadlights.com/stats.htm). Edit; And a high output 160a alternator,

Fresh re-seal on front axle, locking hubs installed (converts to part-time 4wd from full-time 4wd). 7-pin mod is done.