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Oklahoma Cherokee- What to do with it?

Old 06-20-2013, 01:27 PM
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Default Oklahoma Cherokee- What to do with it?

In the recent tornado damage in May down in Moore, my jeep was damaged quite a bit, or from what I'm told. Electrical problems exist, to what extent I don't know. I do know that the engine, transmission, radiator, bumpers, and torque converter was spared. I'm currently deployed and have no idea what to do with this jeep if the electrical is blown. I don't want to take it to a junk/salvage yard for people to pull any bolt or nut off of it since it ran great when I parked it. I wouldn't promise the axles since the tornado did move it quite a bit from the original spot. Looking for suggestions is all.
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Old 06-28-2013, 06:56 PM
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I would suggest to have it stored until you get back. then if it is just electrical then just find a donor body and use your good parts to build one good jeep. Or just fix the electrical and any other damage that would disallow it from driving and use it as a trail only rig.
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