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Old 07-04-2005, 12:46 PM
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Hi tennesseans! Need some info!

Hi, there is a 90% chance that me and my family might be be movin' from this miserable place called Florida to yall's Fine state. We have found a very nice place in Cookeville. In fact my mom and brothers are on there way up to see the house and check out the area as I type.

I am just a good ole boy so tennesse is a great place for me to live. My name is Caleb, i am 18, and I love country music, Hank and Lefty, Cash and Jennings, Strait and jackson, dierks bently, and jason aldean etc.
Also rock-Skynrd, CDB,MTB, bLackfoot, Pure praire league, mettallica, drowning pool, 3 doors down, jimi hendrix, ac/dc...I love to fish, mud boggin, etc....How healthy is the population of young, pretty, redneck girls?

I am christian, I'm a straight shooter, but am not a religious freak.
There now yall know about me.

Irst off any chapter members near the cookeville area?


I am wonderin about offroading and such. Any 4 wheeling spots within say 2 hours of cookeville? Mud boggin' trail ridin anything I dont care! Any organized mudbogs around?

I am also intersered in street drags and dirt track racing.

Of course Fishing is a huge hobby of mine, and I cant wait to move in some o' Bill Dances bass.....
I need to learn to hunt though..

Alos are there any lift laws and crap like that? what about emmisions checks? Florida has neither.

I really apreciate the help!
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Old 07-04-2005, 08:41 PM
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How healthy is the population of young, pretty, redneck girls?
Tennessee ladies look as healthy as they can. Perhaps I should say that I've seen more gorgous women here then I've seen across the country.



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I am wonderin about offroading and such. Any 4 wheeling spots within say 2 hours of cookeville? Mud boggin' trail ridin anything I dont care! Any organized mudbogs around?

I am also intersered in street drags and dirt track racing.

Of course Fishing is a huge hobby of mine

Alos are there any lift laws and crap like that? what about emmisions checks?
As for off-roading? Well, some of the trails in this LINK (click here) are just a few hours from you.

If you have a Sports Bike (crotch rocket), then I highly recommend this LINK (click here)

Street drags? Check out the Bristol Motor Speedway. I know that the NHRA holds a event there.

Emmisions? That all depends on the county. Some counties require it & others don't.
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Thanks! I appreciate it! I'm actually interested more in trucks...trail ridin, boggin' and stuff...
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Well the girls, there are plenty of them.

As far as trail riding. There is a place out your way i can't remember the name. It was on Trucks TV. Open pretty much year round and they even offer a free shop to fix your rig while your there.

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You might also check into Four Wheeler Bike trail areas - there's one out in west Tenn near me called Sugar Creek thats ten bucks to ride all day - has a couple of miles of trails at just about any skill level you can imagine.
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Is there anything I should know as far as lift laws and stuff?
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Lift laws??? what are those?

Also what are emissions?? Oh and Mufflers??? Don't know what those are either

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Only lift law I know of in Tipton County is use your legs, not your back!

You might keep an eye on other states laws though - they frown on things they are not allowed to drive rolling past their mostly stock machines, for some reason...
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Glad to hear they and commies! I know Ohio and illinois for example are real pick 'bout tire sizes, and bumper heights, and stroked out 460's breathin through dual flowmasters...yadda, yadda, yaddda....

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Do you happen to have a stroked 460???

if so dump the Flows and go straight pipe.

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Also what are emissions??

Slowly, county by county emmision testing is coming. They just started emmisions here in Hamilton County as of April 1st. 2005.

None of my crap will pass. Hopefully my Camaro will now since it has a new 10K engine.
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Well if they ever start testing in Montgomery Co, i'll just register in Robertson Co. I live right on the line(literally). And robertson is too back woods to do emmissions.

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Bring it by and I'll talk to Dee and CR - we can put you together an "H" pipe with the stock O2 sensors just like all the Mustangs that are running loose around here (Dee probably built half of them!)

I wouldn't worry too much about emissions even if they do adopt them. Most times that happens the emissions guys do't really know what they're looking at anyway. I DO, but I have that background from 70's southern california in a proshop.

I can make an emissions system work and still get performance, or bypass it in a way that won't even be noticeable.

If you have FI though, you need your O2 sensors for the computer to meter right.
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Do you happen to have a stroked 460???

if so dump the Flows and go straight pipe.

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Nah, but i knew a guy that had one and they gave 'im hell about...


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So do I. My truck don't need a muzzle.

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