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Old 02-22-2020, 05:11 PM   #1
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SOLD: 2009 ford E350 Ujojnt conversion

Hey all, putting the van up for sale. Will be going on autotrader here in a few weeks as well. Still building it and using it till it sells. So more things will be added as time goes on.

Specs
2009 Ford E350 XL
5.4 liter with 116,xxx miles. recently full tune tup including spark plugs and coils.
At 100,000 miles I did the Ujoint conversion

6Ē Ujoint full suspension suspension leaf spring lift with fox 2.0 with reservoirs

Stage 2 front Dana 60 axle for RSC conversion. Which includes larger brakes, 35 spline inner and outer shafts, warn premium locking hubs, RSC upgrade.
Completely rebuilt with 4.88 gears and Eaton E-locker.

Dana 60 semi float rear fully rebuilt as well with 4.88 gears and ARB air locker.

Brand new Monster transmission 4r75 4x4 transmission with built with the tow package.

Nv271 manual T case with modified shift linkage to sit closer to driver seat for more room.

Arb twin compressor and 5 gallon air tank plumbed with front and rear hook ups 3/8th air chucks. Wired directly to auxiliary batter on frame rail for shortest run of wiring.

Toyo RT 37 12.50r17 with MB wheels and matching spare tie.

Currently has a single 3 bench seats middle row. I have 2 sienna cloth seats with MG fab seat brackets for the front non swivel.

U joint aluminum front bumper.... I guess itís a one off bumper setup they developed with a 50Ē curved LED light bar.

5star tuning tuner for power and RSC control because of Ujoints conversion stuff.

ARB awning with sportsmobile rail brackets for clean install on the factory rails.

Auxiliary 35 gallon fuel tank. Located where the spare was. Fully plumbed with switch in the dash. Extends factory tank to approx 64 gallons or right around 630ish miles


In the works....

1. Dinette rear seating that has storage and turns into a bed.

2. Rear bumper and tire carrier.

3. Auxiliary battery setup on the passenger frame rail using a Group 24 deep cycle battery that runs of the engine while running.

Right now the interior is kind of open to any setup for any open plan. I have installed a full wood deck plus a blue sea fuse 6 fuse panel. Currently is wired for my fridge and my future water pump setup.

Rear dual swing bumper tire carrier and pelican case. Holds a high lift jack and rear fuel filler neck.

16 gallon fresh water tank under bench seat. Currently being plumbed still.

Minus the engine just about everything has been replaced, flushed, or inspected.

The bad.

Has the RSC lights on the dash which is common with Ujoint kits with RSC. The 5tuning runs everything great just the lights on the dash. According to Ujoint offroad their solution to the light issue is to ditch their drop pitman arm and run a stock arm.... which reduces the turning radius

Barn door was replaced prior to me slightly different shade of white. Door was slammed into a post in a parking lot according to original owner. Zero body damage or frame damage.

Has desert pin stripping cause I used it for what I built it for!!

Great running van!! Most the miles Iíve put on it have been Offroad plus some highway. Rides smooth and flexes awesome. Selling because Im currently using my Ram for a majority of my trips/towing and I have a adventure bike on order.

Asking 33k and located in Las Vegas.
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Old 02-22-2020, 05:13 PM   #2
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Old 02-22-2020, 05:13 PM   #3
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Old 03-01-2020, 10:22 AM   #4
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Is that an alluminess rear bumper?
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Old 03-01-2020, 01:00 PM   #5
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This seems like a steal!
Having recently had a Ujoint conversion done, I know what it cost us, and if this lasts longer than just a few days at this price, nobody is paying attention!
Even if the new buyer has to put a new motor in (seems unlikely), it’s still well worth it.

(I’d say good luck with dale, but you won’t need it.)
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Old 03-02-2020, 12:38 PM   #6
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Hey sorry, everyone I wasnít getting notifications!!!! That is a bumper I built myself. Here are some photos.
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Old 03-02-2020, 12:40 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by TheWeezersDad View Post
This seems like a steal!
Having recently had a Ujoint conversion done, I know what it cost us, and if this lasts longer than just a few days at this price, nobody is paying attention!
Even if the new buyer has to put a new motor in (seems unlikely), itís still well worth it.

(Iíd say good luck with dale, but you wonít need it.)


Thanks! It was amazing how fast everything added up and I did 90% of the conversion myself!

Also added new LED headlights. Canít believe I didnít do this when I bought it!!!!
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Old 03-03-2020, 06:47 PM   #8
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Updated price $32k
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Old 03-04-2020, 06:49 PM   #9
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Responded to few PM not sure if they are going through?

If anyone has questions please email me or call
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Old 03-10-2020, 10:36 AM   #10
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Price drop 31k
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