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Old 04-10-2005, 09:13 AM
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Question Anywhere to mud in the Boston area?

My Ranger 4x4 needs a workout. Anywhere around the Boston area I can break stuff so I can replace it with better parts? Anyone still run down by the marsh off of RT. 107 Saugus/Lynn? Can I run with All Season 235/75R-15s, open diffs and a small V6?
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Im looking for somewhere in the same area. You cant get into the marsh on 107 anymore, they have it blocked off with jersey barriers and a big chain. I know there must be somewhere, last week I saw a jeep completly covered in mud on rt 1. I should have followed him..
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There are some good places up in glocester.
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Old 05-19-2005, 08:42 PM
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the only places is right over n.h border but other wise go on to www.jeepterz.com i beleave they have maps for four wheeling in this state
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The pipeline in Gloucester is a good place just be carefull not to get caught and you have the A Frame up in Ipswich if you are lookin for places to go check with the guys at J&B Auto in Gloucester on Pond Rd they are always wheelin stop by on a Fri afternoon and ask Jamie or Butch where they are plannin on wheelin that weekend they will gladly invite you along just tell them the Redneck from Maine sent you.
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a frame in ipswich?
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