Typo it IS a roller!
Above Added: Thu May 26, 2016, 10:01 am EST
This is a 1977 Cherokee Chief wide track that was being modified to do both rock crawling as well as high speed desert running. There are a lot of high dollar pieces that have been collecting dust for long enough. To start with the Jeep has an engine trans combo out of a 2006 Ram SRT-10 automatic truck. So there is a Viper V10 with a built 48RE behind it. Getting the power to the ground is an Atlas 3.0:1 tcase. From there we are looking at Dynatrac ProRock 60 front with 5.38 gears, ARB air locker, and RCV shafts. Out back is a ProRock 80 with 40 spline shafts, ARB, and 5.38 gears. The fun doesn't stop here however, the shock package sitting around for this beast up front is 16" 2.5" coilovers, and 3.0" quad bypass shocks. Out back because of the cantilever set up we are looking at 10" 2.5" Coilover and 12" 3.0" quad bypass shock netting around 20+" of wheel travel. Also 2.5" bumpstops at all 4 corners. All shock/coilover/bumpstop components are Fox. There has been a lot of custom built parts here. the upper link mount on the ProRock 80 is a billet piece with keyed link mount plates. Fully boxed frame, cage tie ins, main cage section is built and floor is partially done. Comes with 6 beadlocks and 6 partially used 40x13.50r17 Maxxis Trepador Bias ply tires. Custom built aluminum radiator, Too many details to list. For full understanding fly into Spokane, I will pick you up and you can come look at it yourself. Worth it for the type of investment as well as the overall amount of parts. Axles alone would retail for 22K plus and they have never been used. Does have a title and has been licensed for the road. Lets be real clear this is a project with a lot of really nice parts that needs to be put together and finished. It isn't a roller.