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Unread 06-24-2013, 04:08 PM   #1
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Join Date: Jun 2008
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Should I sell my rockcrawler? (a.k.a., How's the wheeling in MT?)

Missoula's Jeepers,

I am excited about the prospect of moving to Missoula to go to school for the next few years. I am inbound from OKC, and wanted to make sure that I put my best foot forward as we move to a new state. My lovely wife and I will be hauling our household items, garage tools, two pups, and rock crawler to Missoula at the end of July.

Things in OK have gotten somewhat sparse for wheeling lately, due to general disregard for personal property. One dead body was discovered, which truly shut down our testing grounds. One of my concerns right now is that my crawler may not be very well received in MT. I have been toying with the idea of selling my Jeep and testing the waters when I get there. I would prefer not to do that, but if you all have input, I would greatly appreciate your help. So, is the wheeling worth it? Should I keep the monstrosity? Thank you for your input.


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