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post #1 of 3 Old 11-18-2013, 12:30 PM Thread Starter
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Coming to OKC... Have a Scrambler..

Hi all.. we will be moving to the OKC area soon. I have an 83 Scrambler which I'm trying to decide if I should bring or sell.

I normally ride without a top and with the windshield down.. In Oklahoma, are there downsides to that?

I'm not a rock climber kinda person.. just like to putt around in the woods and enjoy nature... Areas for that in the OKC vicinity?

My engine/ignition system is a mish-mash of different things. Are there smog laws in OK which will cause me headaches?

Any good jeep mechanics in the area that really know and love jeeps and won't try to soak you every time you need something? I can work on mine but I think my job will take up a lot of my time.

Anything else anyone can add would be great. I'm coming from Florida where we ride in sand, mud, and water.


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post #2 of 3 Old 11-18-2013, 11:27 PM
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No state inspection in Oklahoma, so I think you are good to go. Not sure about the OKC area, but check out Disney Ok, lots of good woodsy trail riding out there. Something for everyone from mild to wild, very fun place to wheel.
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I'm new to Jeeps myself, I haven't checked yet to find out if there are any laws against running with the windshield down. I live in Tulsa, about 110 miles northeast of OKC, but I've heard there are some places to go wheeling down that way. Such as the above mentioned Disney. I think I've heard something about another one south of OKC somewhere but not sure where. I know up this way, there's a trail out by Keystone Lake Dam, and there are also trails out at Camp Gruber.

Oklahoma did away with state inspection/smog testing years ago, so you should be good there.

Mechanics, I'd say just shop around and try to find one that seems to know what he's talking about, and doesn't come across like a used car salesman. Good luck on that point, lol!

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