Cruiser Gear's shop truck is for sale!

Posted by Blake Heiner on

Cruiser Gear FJ Cruiser
2008 Black Diamond Mica
4WD Automatic
121,xxx Miles

Details below the photos

 


*outdated image, but shows the annex room attached to the tent

$18,500 - obo

Modifications:

Old Man Emu 3" Lift
($900)
All-Pro Upper Control Arms
($700)
Body Mount Chop
TRD black 16" wheels (x5)
($750)
315/75/r16 BFGoodrich K02 (x5) - less than 20k miles, with spare rotated in
($1300)
1.25" Spidertrax spacers
($200)
Expedition One Diamond front bumper
($1400)
Expedition One Winch Plate Cover
($80)
Expedition One Trail Series rear bumper with Smooth Motion (STC) system
($1500)
Expedition One Gerri Mount Bracket
($80)
Expedition One Hi-Lift Jack Mount
($90)
Cruiser Gear Jeep-Tow-Hooks (x2 rear)
($40)
All-Pro Apex rock sliders
($650)
All-Pro's famous roof rack - very limited numbers made, highly sought after!
($1500)
Tepui Autana rooftop tent (HAS BEEN SOLD)
($1800)
Tepui Autana Annex (HAS BEEN SOLD)
($300)  
TRED black colored traction boards (HAS BEEN SOLD)
($200)
Rotopax 4gal fuel pack (HAS BEEN SOLD)
($100)
Rotopax 2gal water pack (HAS BEEN SOLD)
($50)
Rotopax locking mounts (x2) (HAS BEEN SOLD)
($150)
Hi-Lift offroad lift jack
($75)
40" LED light bar (front)
($250)
Rough Country light pods (x4 rear)
($200)
Amaesing Decals flat black hood wrap
($60)
Cruiser Gear C-Pillar wraps
($75)
Cruiser Gear paracord grab handles throughout
($100)
Integrated lighting controls and fuse box
($200)
Dual USB charging port
($20)

Probably other mods I'm forgetting

 

History:

Vehicle was an Arizona car for the first 80k miles.  Carfax report said it was in a minor front end fender-bender with previous owner, but we haven't found, seen, or felt any evidence of damage from the crash whatsoever. 
We purchased the vehicles in 2014. 
We have performed regular maintenance since.  We have done the upgrades and repairs in-house.  We built this vehicle with the goal of having a vehicle that could comfortably get us anywhere we wanted to go, whether that was a road trip up the West Coast 101 to Yellowstone without a single hotel-bill, or a weekend trip to Moab playing around the Southern Utah desert. Its a capable rig and it is very reliable.  Holds 80mph easily on the freeway and has never broken down on us.  



Maintenance/Repairs:

New battery at about 110k
New alternator at about 110k

Entire 4WD system maintenance at about 90k
Regular maintenance and tire rotations

 

 

The bad:

Any vehicle built to get you out and adventuring is going to have some issues, anyone who tells you otherwise is selling something ;).
Paint - There's some minor rock chips and some pinstripes in the paint.  All but a couple of the pinstripes would probably buff out.
Rock sliders have taken some light scrapes, nothing major.  Could use another coat of paint.  (I'll probably paint them before it sells).
Factory jack storage door has a broken tab, it still stays shut no problem though.
Windshield has a crack across it.  It's been there 6+ months and hasn't grown.
Headlights are a bit fogged, could use a polishing.
Headliner has some black scuffs on it from transporting the 35" tires.  They might come out with some scrubbing I just haven't ever tried since they don't bother me.
The dead-pedal broke which is really common, so replacements are cheap.
Tire Pressure Monitors are not programmed to the car so it shows low tire pressure constantly.  The monitors are in each rim, just not programmed.

 


Factory Options:

4WD
Automatic Transmission
Reverse Parking Sensors
AC Inverter
A-Trac
Rear Locking Differential
6-disk cd changer (with AM/FM/SAT)
AUX input
Power Windows
Cruise Control
Steering Tilt
Steering Wheel Radio Controls
Compas/Thermometer/Inclinometer dash cluster
Automatic Headlights with DTRL
Carpet weather mats
Rubber weather mats

Probably others I'm forgetting



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