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Offline FlyinDuck998

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Stock 2017 Rubicon Recon Anthracite Grey Fenders
« on: May 02, 2018, 06:32:53 PM »
Front and rear fenders off of a 2017 Rubi Recon. Paint matched with no scratches. Taken off at 7K (with in the past week).

Inner fenders available too.

Make an offer or lets talk a trade.

Located in Dawsonville, GA.

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Re: Stock 2017 Rubicon Recon Anthracite Grey Fenders
« Reply #1 on: May 03, 2018, 08:27:47 AM »
Front and rear fenders off of a 2017 Rubi Recon. Paint matched with no scratches. Taken off at 7K (with in the past week).

Inner fenders available too.

Make an offer or lets talk a trade.

Located in Dawsonville, GA.




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Re: Stock 2017 Rubicon Recon Anthracite Grey Fenders
« Reply #2 on: May 03, 2018, 09:06:41 AM »
I have heard of a few people selling them on Facebook jeep parts pages...to the tune of $200-$500 a set just depends on time and need especially if someone crashed their mall crawler. I have my Blue ones. I kept them for a trailer project, although I may end up selling them. In all likely hood they will probably hit the trash heap, like my stock bumpers did.
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Re: Stock 2017 Rubicon Recon Anthracite Grey Fenders
« Reply #3 on: May 03, 2018, 11:47:02 AM »
I have heard of a few people selling them on Facebook jeep parts pages...to the tune of $200-$500 a set just depends on time and need especially if someone crashed their mall crawler. I have my Blue ones. I kept them for a trailer project, although I may end up selling them. In all likely hood they will probably hit the trash heap, like my stock bumpers did.


I figured it would be a niche item to sell. Iíll try the FB pages too. I hate to toss good parts that someone could use.


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Offline Blue J

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Re: Stock 2017 Rubicon Recon Anthracite Grey Fenders
« Reply #4 on: May 03, 2018, 12:12:50 PM »
I have heard of a few people selling them on Facebook jeep parts pages...to the tune of $200-$500 a set just depends on time and need especially if someone crashed their mall crawler. I have my Blue ones. I kept them for a trailer project, although I may end up selling them. In all likely hood they will probably hit the trash heap, like my stock bumpers did.


I figured it would be a niche item to sell. Iíll try the FB pages too. I hate to toss good parts that someone could use.


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There are shops near my office that buy wrecked cars at auction and dismantle them to sell the parts. Most of their parts are shipped overseas. But they do sell some in the U.S. I see jeeps on their trailers all the time. Someone is buying those stock parts. Just have to find the buyers. Ebay might be another good place to sell. I'd be interested to hear what your experience is.
Jim
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every upgrade, 4 more are required, and they require 4, and so on.

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Re: Stock 2017 Rubicon Recon Anthracite Grey Fenders
« Reply #5 on: May 03, 2018, 12:35:53 PM »
I have heard of a few people selling them on Facebook jeep parts pages...to the tune of $200-$500 a set just depends on time and need especially if someone crashed their mall crawler. I have my Blue ones. I kept them for a trailer project, although I may end up selling them. In all likely hood they will probably hit the trash heap, like my stock bumpers did.


I figured it would be a niche item to sell. Iíll try the FB pages too. I hate to toss good parts that someone could use.


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There are shops near my office that buy wrecked cars at auction and dismantle them to sell the parts. Most of their parts are shipped overseas. But they do sell some in the U.S. I see jeeps on their trailers all the time. Someone is buying those stock parts. Just have to find the buyers. Ebay might be another good place to sell. I'd be interested to hear what your experience is.


Iíll keep you posted. Never really did much selling online. Always did the face to face. Looks like I will be setting up an EBay account and looking into other avenues to sell this stuff.




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