|06-15-2010 06:50 PM|
|cjkiendzior||ya i didnt think to get pics but the holes are less then dime size and that was the only problem. the underside was completely clean its just had these 2 holes towards the front of the rear tire on the driver side. if its something thats can be driven for a while without something going horribly wrong then thats fine, if its fixable. i just dont see why it would be a bad jeep because of these two holes id rather just fix them if its possible|
|06-15-2010 06:41 PM|
If you can post some pics of what you are concerned about, it will help alot.
Welcome to WF.
|06-15-2010 06:37 PM|
It all depends on what his definition of rot is. It may just be some surface rust around one of the holes that is supposed to be there.
But I agree if it is actually rotted then stay away from it.
|06-15-2010 06:22 PM|
|flatline||I would not buy a jeep with a rotted frame. to much work and money to fix.|
|06-15-2010 06:21 PM|
|06-15-2010 06:07 PM|
im new to jeeps and know near next to nothing but im looking to but a 97 tj from someone . everything on it looks great but i did notice some frame rotted holes. would it be worth it to buy or a waste of money? how much would something like that cost to fix? do i need a new frame? is there a way to patch it or is that prolong bigger problems? im in a bind cause im selling my truck and i would need a vehicle as a daily driver. my buddy told me its not even worth it to buy a jeep with frame rot but i think its a great jeep i just want to know if its a bad idea cause money is a little tight and any problems that could occur might be to expensive to fix. any help would be great!!!