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603Redneck 05-08-2008 03:59 PM

NH people on here?
 
anyone here from the seacoast area of NH?

smokinsilverrt 05-08-2008 08:39 PM

not really but im in epping quite a bit i think i saw your comanche before though

603Redneck 05-09-2008 12:48 PM

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Originally Posted by smokinsilverrt (Post 5193966)
not really but im in epping quite a bit i think i saw your comanche before though

yeah, if you go to epping alot youve more than likely seen my truck. i live at browns garage behind the shell there on the corner of 27 and 125. you can see her from the road. you wheel around here at all?

smokinsilverrt 05-09-2008 02:19 PM

no i saw it at that garage when billy was working on his car

603Redneck 05-13-2008 02:27 PM

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Originally Posted by smokinsilverrt (Post 5196740)
no i saw it at that garage when billy was working on his car

billy? wanna go wheeling up here some time? i got a couple good spots right down the road.

h2opolokeeper1 05-14-2008 05:06 AM

Live right in Somersworth.

603Redneck 05-14-2008 10:05 AM

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Originally Posted by h2opolokeeper1 (Post 5214145)
Live right in Somersworth.

any good trails your way? your only like 45 mins from here. i got a few good spots that will take an entire day to wheel like 10 mins from my house

h2opolokeeper1 05-14-2008 10:15 AM

Not much my way that I know of. Mostly 4 wheeler trails. I have heard that there are a couple in Rochester and there is a place called hatfields in the Berwick area of Maine which became real rundown because of new construction. Though i'm still new to the area and in High School so I have yet to find some nice ones. Are the trails by you good for a WJ with 3" of lift and Maxis Bighorns, or are they something I may want to stay clear of?

603Redneck 05-14-2008 11:17 AM

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Originally Posted by h2opolokeeper1 (Post 5215049)
Not much my way that I know of. Mostly 4 wheeler trails. I have heard that there are a couple in Rochester and there is a place called hatfields in the Berwick area of Maine which became real rundown because of new construction. Though i'm still new to the area and in High School so I have yet to find some nice ones. Are the trails by you good for a WJ with 3" of lift and Maxis Bighorns, or are they something I may want to stay clear of?

some of the trails may be a lil tough for you, but for the most part your should do fine. my buddy has a wj with a 3 inch lift and bald *** 33 inch swampers and he does fine

h2opolokeeper1 05-14-2008 12:23 PM

3" lift and 33's he must have taken his bumper right off to get those under there. I'm on 31's and lucky that it does not rub. Though I would love to try some good trails that I know I won't mess to much up with for its a DD and has to last me through college. But I'm always willing for a new adventure as long as I have good help and people that are familiar with the trails.

Doix 05-16-2008 02:14 PM

I'm from Portsmouth, but I have never been around here. I think there are a few good places up in Maine, tho.

603Redneck 05-17-2008 03:22 PM

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Originally Posted by h2opolokeeper1 (Post 5215603)
3" lift and 33's he must have taken his bumper right off to get those under there. I'm on 31's and lucky that it does not rub. Though I would love to try some good trails that I know I won't mess to much up with for its a DD and has to last me through college. But I'm always willing for a new adventure as long as I have good help and people that are familiar with the trails.

nope he dont rub at all and his fenders and bumpers are all stock and havent been moved at all. and plenty of people take their daily driver out on these trails. theres sections that a car can make, then there are sections only monster trucks can make.

bartlanz 05-28-2008 05:39 PM

I'm west of Manchester... There are some trails out this way.

rob5059MOD 05-29-2008 06:29 AM

I am in Strafford. There are a few trails in Strafford/Rochester area.

bunkrdfool 06-01-2008 12:25 AM

nothing good out here in manchester ...


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