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I have been living in Ct for approx. 2 years and have noticed that there are not many 4 wheel drive clubs and have thought about starting one up, not sure how many people in this state would be interested. So if anyone has any ideas or comments please let me know. thanks MRMUDDIN.
good to see more people intrested.get enough people and we should meet,evenjust to set something up,see how our trucks are and if any body needs help.I just got an 85 f150,351wH.O.
I'm using it to plow.It seems to run good but it has some rust on it. hows everybody elses truck?
ok guys I am in the process of getting all the info on the non profit off road club I will keep you all informed as soon as I get it and come up with a name for the club. any suggestions will be taken into consideration. I still have to fix the front axle b4 I can go back out again.
Hey Guys,, Im in Canterbury here ,,Eastern CT. While no to sure about taken my 04' F-350 into the mud without some better digs on it,, ,,it does sound like fun though,, !
Back like 20 yrs ago there was a few places around here, but the chances of getting tickets today for tresspassing are probably much higher.
I wish I had like 50 to 100 acre of land,,I would make some trails, and setup a course,,wonder why no one ever did this,,even if you had to sign an insurance waiver, Owner of the property,,,Not Liable for damage or injury, and maybe like a $10.00 dollar fee to enter the property,,,Must take out what ya bring in,," Trash" I think it would be a rather big hit.
Seems to me I even did see a farm like this in a more southern state,,, on TV,, that converted to a 4x4 rally site, instead of farming, and it was a big hit, they even had a 3 or 4 bay garage with a mechanic on site to help the " Brocken trucks back to life"
Well I will look and ask around here when I get the chance, ya never know. Later,,,,,,,,,,,Mark
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