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Selling my Max Project #1029115 05/25/11 11:55 PM
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NathanC Offline OP
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88 MacroCab on 98 Montero Sport chassis.
Set of 5 35" BFG MT in excellent condition. Front wheel wells clearanced to fit.
Has a dual transfer case set up behind a V5MT1 to accept an NP231 or D300.
Sport diffs (non-locking) have 4.22 ratio.
3.0, condition unknown, no wiring harness.
My other parts Max is available to go with it too, if you want it.
I could include a complete 3.5 DOHC with electrical, but I would not be easily persuaded to do so.

Here are pics from when I was actively working on the truck. The doors aren't shown, but they are on the truck.
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$2000obo, located in Northern IL, Southern WI. The rolling chassis is not immediately available for veiwing. I have another vehicle I need to move before getting to this one.

Last edited by NathanC; 05/31/11 03:22 AM.

'06 Dakota QC 4.7 6sp 4x4
'88 Mighty Max
'77 KZ1000 fun old bike
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Re: Selling my Max Project [Re: NathanC] #1029116 05/31/11 03:24 AM
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NathanC Offline OP
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The parts truck will be going to the crusher this Saturday.
Bump.


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Re: Selling my Max Project [Re: NathanC] #1029117 05/31/11 07:29 AM
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Re: Selling my Max Project [Re: NathanC] #1029118 06/06/11 01:19 AM
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The parts Max is gone.
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Blue Max in original post is still for sale sans parts truck.


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'88 Mighty Max
'77 KZ1000 fun old bike
Re: Selling my Max Project [Re: NathanC] #1029119 08/06/11 10:22 PM
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NathanC Offline OP
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Now that things are starting to slow down after the birth of my son, I plan to get this truck hauled to my place so I can actively try to sell it. I will button up the transfer case doubler, and sort through my spare parts.
If the truck doesn't sell as a whole project, I will separate the wheels and drivetrain components and part out the more valuable items.

I would also consider negotiating trades involving a Cummins 4bt or Mercedes 300d.


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'88 Mighty Max
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