For Sale Feeler - SAS'd '96 Isuzu Rodeo

Pike2350

Registered User
Location
Salt Lake City
Asking Price
$6500
I'm testing waters because I just don't use this thing much anymore. I may eventually move to a Jeep JL or JT, but with prices how they are, it is not in the cards right now.....so I'm not desperate. Also, I'm looking for feedback on pricing.


$6500

Specs:
'96 Isuzu Rodeo LS
3.2L V6 (120K miles)
5spd
Tera Low tcase gearing (3.07:1)

Axles:
HP D44 front (converted to passenger drop and set at "waggy" width) 6x5.5 lug pattern
D44 rear (stock Isuzu D44 with disc brakes and drum parking brake)
ARB front & rear
5.13 gears
37" BFG KO's on 17" Pro Comp wheels (35" Toyo MT spare)

Suspension:
3 link front w/ track bar(done by Addicted Offroad in CO)
4 link rear - Triangulated (done by Factory Tubular and reviewed/updated by Addicted Offroad)
Fox 10" coilovers on all 4 corners (front are res's)
beefy DOM lower links, built to not bend (heims/bushing ends) I don't recall thickness but it is .25 wall or the next size up.
smaller upper link (don't recall thickness)
rear sway bar, (Factory Tublar made it, mounted on the axle.

Steering:
78-79 Ford Bronco steering box
GM 1-ton components
.25 wall steering links/drag link
Hi steer

Extras:
Quick Aire 2 air compressor for filling tires & running lockers
Addicted Offroad custom front winch bumper
Miss Conception rear bumper w/ swing out tire carrier (was meant to act as air tank but never tried it)
2x4 rock sliders
Custom half doors (cut down from 2nd set of stock doors)
Extra pair of Fox 10" res coilovers & various coil springs.
Cobra 75 WX ST

the bad:
There are some dents, as to be expected. Paint is pretty faded.
3" body lift means it sits higher then preferred, but it will still fit in a standard 7' tall garage door.
rear passenger window doesn't roll down. I removed the guts and bolted it in place.
It drives on the freeway fine, however there is some body roll. Figuring out how to mount a front swaybar would help...but it is driveable and I daily drove it for 18 months a few years ago.
windshield is cracked.

I've owned this thing for 12 years. I bought it after Factory Tubular had done the SAS (I believe that's who did it....I can pull out some of the previous owners paperwork with receipts to verify) At the time, they used air shocks and a triangulated front 4 link. This was newish tech at the time it was completed and turned out to be a bad idea. After I bought it I shipped it to Colorado to have Addicted Offroad rework the suspension and link setup. They did the front in a 3 link w/ pan hard and Ford steering box. they redid the links in the rear, but overall, the rear was setup OK in their opinion. I daily drove it when I got it back for 18 months or so. It has sat more the last 5 years then I want to admit. I don't have many people to go wheel with, and it's now built beyond what I normally do. With a wife and kids, I'm looking for something more of a 'pack n' go' rig, where I can just load up and enjoy the back country and do the occasional hard trail in Moab & Sand Hollow. Also, being unique, means everything ends up being custom and that can add up. I love that it is unique and get lots of compliments on it....but with not using it much and not being as family friendly as I would prefer I'm looking at letting it go.

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Pike2350

Registered User
Location
Salt Lake City
There is an SAS'd Xterra that has popped up on KSL for $7500 over the past few months that hadn't sold.....It was newer, but otherwise not a whole lot different. Originally I wanted to do $7500 or so but that kind of scared me. I know mine has a few more desirable mods....but I also worry the uniqueness makes it a little harder sell. I could hold back the extra 10" coil over's and sell those separately. They will need a rebuild, but that would likely be $400-500 if I left them out of the deal.

the tires are about 5 years old. They are in good shape overall...probably have 50-60% tread left. 1 tire does have a slash in the sidewall, but so far it seems more cosmetic since it was there when I bought them....and I haven't had any issues with them.
 
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