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Unread 01-19-2012, 08:47 AM   #1
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Greater Boston area legal wheeling and clubs?

I have been wheeling a long time... looking for a club to join to do some runs based as close to the Boston area as I can get. I have been to mabell 1000 times but that's a little bit of a haul from here for a couple hours of wheeling. Thanks!

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Unread 01-19-2012, 09:43 AM   #2
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Northeast Association of 4WD Clubs

The NEA and its member clubs have access to some really nice private properties.

You did not say much about the type of wheeling you do. Easy, moderate, extreme, do you trailer your rig, etc? The answer will determine which clubs would be best for you.

New England Jeepz (link in sig) has quite a few members in the greater Boston area and access to their own private properties in addition to NEA properties. NEJz leans towards the upper end of the difficulty scale but we do have runs suitable for lesser built rigs.
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Check here:

Northeast Association of 4WD Clubs

The NEA and its member clubs have access to some really nice private properties.

You did not say much about the type of wheeling you do. Easy, moderate, extreme, do you trailer your rig, etc? The answer will determine which clubs would be best for you.

New England Jeepz (link in sig) has quite a few members in the greater Boston area and access to their own private properties in addition to NEA properties. NEJz leans towards the upper end of the difficulty scale but we do have runs suitable for lesser built rigs.
I typically do what I would consider moderate to difficult wheeling. With this rig I plan to run 33's or 35's, probably unlocked for a while until I can throw in a selectable locker.
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and you can try NOVA for a list of clubs in the Northeast www.nova4x4.org
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