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running replica chassis, 60k miles everything rebuilt or new

Postby ottenbuilt » Thu Sep 12, 2013 5:05 am

I am going to do a drive train swap on my hummer replica. So up for grabs is the complete running chassis from by replica.
BODY NOT INCLUDED
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6.2 diesel
700r4 trans
dana 44 front
14 bolt rear
transfer case
modded badlands hood with custom grill.
front bumper
steering column
working head lights, running lights, blinkers.
working brakes, petals in the correct place
I will even leave the fire wall!
It will be rolling on deep offset 16.5 steel rims with 36" military tires
$2500 if it doesn't sell its going to the scrapyard
I am located in Cotati CA 94931

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So now I'm intrigued...

Postby 1Dad2Sons » Fri Sep 13, 2013 6:09 pm

What are you going to swap in?

BTW, I've loved watching your build come together.
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Postby ottenbuilt » Sun Sep 15, 2013 8:17 am

Thanks man!
I'm going to mod the body to fit on a 1ton 4x4 cummins diesel
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Postby ottenbuilt » Tue Sep 24, 2013 4:30 am

No interest? If anyone is seriously interested I will throw in the doors as well.
You get a running driving vehicle with a hood doors, fully functioning, lights and 36" military tires on deep offset 16.5 rims the list goes on and on. All you have to do is build what ever style body you want, all the fiberglass pieces and the running chassis are here.

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Yeah, I wish I could

Postby 1Dad2Sons » Tue Sep 24, 2013 8:26 pm

If I could buy your build, I would be able to use engine, wheels and hood, Then just buy the steel to finish my Tremor body, and these doors: http://h1forum.tremormuv.com/viewtopic.php?t=2562 I'd be set! I could be finished and driving in less than $5000! This is a bad time to have all my money tied up in a PhD program!

No, I just realized you said doors included. oh, this is going to make me sick!
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Postby samuelscreech » Wed Sep 25, 2013 12:39 pm

good choice on going will the cummins, I just picked up a 93 5.9 myself this week, but I'm still going to be swapping it into my suburban chassis
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Postby ottenbuilt » Thu Sep 26, 2013 5:30 am

Ryan I have been following your build and if you are looking to pick this up to finish yours I will throw in a high back (2 seater) jumper seat the B+M shift kit and a pair of hmmwv mirrors (no glass) as well as the rear bumper (I am thinking about building a custom one). You will have to go on Uship.com and find a shipper. I could tape the tail lights to the bumper. That way you could simply place your partial body over the top, put a driver seat in it and drive around. Steering wheel and petals are already in the correct places and fully functional. Blinkers, running lights and headlights are all working properly (high beams not hooked up). I would also leave the hood mounted to the front bumper. You could be driving it around in a day or two. Like i said earlier tons of new parts, custom flow master true duel exhaust, new batteries starter, alternator, fuel pump, fuel lines,trans cooler, high performance glow-plugs... the list goes on and on. I also had a local shop tune the engine and replace the exhaust manifolds. All new fluids all around.

I am not starting tear-down for another month
I would rather see you have it, so it could continue it life as a Humvee rather than part it out. There are a few Toyota guys bugging me about the wheels, axles, drive-shafts and suspension parts.
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