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Old 12-08-2004, 12:48 PM
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Forked River

Hey ya'll, I moved from Burlington County to Houston, TX. I want to show them all down here that we knew how to mud up in the northeast but they don't believe me. I can't remember the site with all the Forked River pictures so if you can help me I'd appreciate it.


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Old 12-11-2004, 04:33 PM
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i havent seen them myself so i couldnt help ya. Did you try doin a search for them?
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There used to be a sight up, somthing like Misfits4x4 that had a lot of the photos from the Cloon Memorial Day and Labor Day events (being from Forked River, you know what I'm refering to). The site is no longer up in part, I think, because they shut those events down for a few years. (Way too crowded this last year, a lot of "non-locals" from out of state showing up) I have been looking for some pictures like that for a while to show to a couple of friends in Colorado but all of the sites I had bookmarked are now gone.
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I was able to find these pics on the Jersey Devil 4x4 club site:

http://www.the-jersey-devil.com/photopost/data/500/326forkedriver.jpg

http://www.the-jersey-devil.com/photopost/data/500/326forkedriver2.jpg

http://www.the-jersey-devil.com/phot...rkedriver3.jpg

http://www.the-jersey-devil.com/phot...ject24x4_s.jpg

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Hey, Thanks for the effort in finding those pictures for me. The group I'm thinking of ran out of Shamong(Indian Mills and Tabernacle). They had their own website which I think was purely Forked River pictures. They had thousands(literally, no joke) of HARDCORE mudding pictures. When I say hardcore, these guys were nuts when they went mudding. Thanks again. I'll talk with some old friends to try and get the site then I'll post it here and PM you with the information, I think FTE members would really appreciate the pics.

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The site www.NJfourwheelers.com has a ton of pictures mostly of the FR area.
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I don't know if the first three pics out of that Jersey Devil sight would be the ones you'd want to show people from texas. Looks to me like that truck is very much dead and not doing too well.
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Yeah, you want to show them trucks with the front wheels off the ground, accelerating over embankments, completely covered in mud.

Let me see if I can find a couple of pictures of my offroading adventures, I have a pic somewhere of my getting "air" with my old zebra striped 81 crewcab...
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