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Thread: 3rd G 4r - bumpers, center console, hitch, roof bars, skids - Sacramento

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    3rd G 4r - bumpers, center console, hitch, roof bars, skids - Sacramento

    As some of you know, my 3rd gen got pasted several months back. If you don't know me, paddlenbike and 4x4mike will vouch for me.

    Rather than kill myself trying to part out the leftovers I still have at the house, this crap is free to whatever forum member wants to come pick it up in Sacramento. No, I won't likely meet you half way, and I sure as heck won't ship it. Not to be an ass, but at this price... :-)

    None of this was on the rig when I got crunched, if you care...

    + Front and rear stock bumpers, really good shape; rear bumper notched for the tow hitch flip.
    + Center console in Oak from a 1999+ 4Rnr. Never got around to installing
    + Tow hitch bar (stock) (Replaced when I got a custom rear bumper)
    + Standard crossbars for limited roof rack

    The following aren't in pristine shape, but they are still quite workable...

    + Two piece set of Trail Carnage skid plates. Most of the bolts are there, remainders are Toyota standard 12mm stuff. They are a little warped and dented; they've enjoyed life on a 4runner that occasionally got dirty.

    p.s. I'll post pictures if I get any nibbles, otherwise I'll save myself the time of digging around in the attic for now.

    p.p.s. if you're going to take stuff and then turn around and sell it, that's your business, but a beer-oriented kickback wouldn't be inappropriate, ya know?
    Scott<br />&#039;97 4runner LTD. SC, URD, Tundra/OME (SS #7), TJM-15 bumper, trail carnage skid plates, stubbs sliders, cobra 18wxstii cb, 99 headlights, upgraded headlight wiring, maglite mod, aux fuse boxes, BruceTS rear bumper, Airaid MIT, Hayden tranny cooler, deckplate, parts for entirely too many mods lying around...

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    I will vouch for Scott. He's a good guy and had a great 3rd gen. I'm not sure how many local third gen guys there are on here but you never know.

    Scott, have you tried Craigslist? I know it's never ideal but you've got some good stuff that I'm sure would sell.

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    I will vouch for Scott. He's a good guy and had a great 3rd gen. I'm not sure how many local third gen guys there are on here but you never know.

    Scott, have you tried Craigslist? I know it's never ideal but you've got some good stuff that I'm sure would sell.

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