SOLD - 2013 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon with Ursa Minor J30 -- $31k in Utah


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Hi everyone,

I'm selling my 2013 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited equipped with an Ursa Minor J30 camper top. I've had it for almost two years and have really enjoyed it but am ready to move on to something else. With two people and two large dogs, the Jeep is a little too cramped for us. I hope someone else can make it theirs and enjoy it!


2013 Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon
  • ~91,000 miles
  • 6-speed manual
  • Orange with black cloth interior (with factory seat heaters!)
  • (5) BFG K02 AT tires 255/75/R17 w/ 14,000 miles
  • Owned since June 2019 (purchased from a dealer in Colorado at 75k miles or so)

  • Asking $31k
  • Located in Park City, UT (nearest airport is SLC ~ 30 mins away)

Maintenance/repair work done during ownership (all work done by various Jeep dealers in UT except for check-up while I was in NC on a trip)
  • Oil changes/tire rotations
  • Diff/transfer case/transmission oil change
  • New battery (Sept 2019)
  • Passenger airbag inflator safety recall (Jan 2020)
  • Serpentine belt
  • Rear brakes/Parking brake

Known issues
  • Driver door hard to close (probably need to replace the bushings for the hinge)
  • Large scratch on driver side rear door (see photo)
  • Rattle from tire carrier when closing the rear door (don’t notice anything while driving, I'm not sure if this just how they are)

Modifications (all included in the price)
  • KC Hi-Lights 7” LED head lamps
  • Quadratec LED fog lamps
  • LED replacement for interior overhead lights
  • Outback adventures tailgate table
  • Vector Off-Road rear shelf
  • Vector Off-Road full width e-dock (bar for mounting phone, GoPro, etc)
  • Alpine “restyle” i207 WRA head unit + back-up camera on spare tire
  • UM J30 top
  • ARB 2m awning

J30 Specifics
  • Installed in August 2019 at Ursa Minor Portland — I drove there and back for the install
  • Line-X around perimeter with white top
  • Awning mounting brackets on 3 sides (only used the DR side for ARB awning)
  • Yakima adjustable base pads (have run Yakima cross bars and a roof box before)
  • Map pockets/organizer
  • Sliding windows
  • 12V outlet in the sleeper top
  • Rear LED cargo lights

If you’re not local to Utah, we can figure something out with regard to shipping, meeting you at the airport, or something like that. Otherwise, let me know what questions you have or if you’re interested. Thanks for looking!

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Road noise, I actually think it is better than a standard Jeep + a hard top since the ursa minor top is lined with carpet inside.

Mine does fit in the garage and I'm little under 7' (actual opening is ~ 81.5") I did have to take off the yakima crossbars to make sure it fits which was a bummer for ski season. If you have an actual 7' opening then you should have no problems. There is a big Ursa Minor top thread over in the Jeep section and I think some are able to fit even with a lift in "standard" garages.

For reference, I found an old photo from when were moving and I was very concerned about the Jeep fitting. Obviously the roof box was a no go. :)

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