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11-19-2014 03:35 PM
usmcsj Is anyone going out on any trails this weekend?
10-26-2014 09:05 PM
bmpage84
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Originally Posted by wrath0r View Post
What about Nova 4x4? Are they similar to NEA 4x4? One of the clubs I've been looking into is affiliated with them. Oh, and dues? That's part of being in any club - Jeep or otherwise. We all benefit from the funds.

Answered in your PM.

Hey, leave me out of this!

Sorry, just making a point!
10-26-2014 02:11 PM
wrath0r
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Originally Posted by bmpage84 View Post
The clubS (yes plural) that I belong to require a probationary period BEFORE becoming a member and paying your dues. (And yes, dispite popular belief dues ARE $50 per year.) During that time you are welcome to attend all wheeling events to see if the sport is a fit for you. If your seriously interested in the sport, do some research through organizations that actively support legitimate wheeling in New England.

A good place to start is here: NEA4wd » Member Clubs

Following the advice of some of the postings in this thread will just lead to trouble down the trail.

Happy trails!
What about Nova 4x4? Are they similar to NEA 4x4? One of the clubs I've been looking into is affiliated with them. Oh, and dues? That's part of being in any club - Jeep or otherwise. We all benefit from the funds.

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Well that is just wonderful! Everyone should be so lucky as to have that much privately owned land to wheel on. Perhaps you should invite wrath0r over to your vast properties and let him wheel to his hearts content! Once again, you've missed the point of this discussion as it was directed at wheeling in the Fall River/Freetown State Forest, not on YOUR private land. Furthermore, not knowing a thing about me, you could have no idea how long ago I was a "nut stain in my mom's undies". But here's a hint: My first Jeep was a '49 CJ2A - and it wasn't that old when I bought it
Hey, leave me out of this!
10-26-2014 10:48 AM
bmpage84
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Originally Posted by JEEPmp View Post
Hey DB this is my 6th jeep and have owned jeeps since you were a nut stain in your moms undies. Get a life and stop worrying about where other people take ther Jeeps. I have hundreds of acres of private land to wheel on I don't need advice on wheeling from you.
Well that is just wonderful! Everyone should be so lucky as to have that much privately owned land to wheel on. Perhaps you should invite wrath0r over to your vast properties and let him wheel to his hearts content! Once again, you've missed the point of this discussion as it was directed at wheeling in the Fall River/Freetown State Forest, not on YOUR private land. Furthermore, not knowing a thing about me, you could have no idea how long ago I was a "nut stain in my mom's undies". But here's a hint: My first Jeep was a '49 CJ2A - and it wasn't that old when I bought it
10-26-2014 10:25 AM
bmpage84
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The intention is to see "try before I buy" - wheel once or twice and see if I enjoy it. If I do, I'll be joining a club. The way I see it, it's not safe to wheel alone. But I also won't wheel in a place that's illegal to do so, even if it means driving to New Hampshire to do it.
The clubS (yes plural) that I belong to require a probationary period BEFORE becoming a member and paying your dues. (And yes, dispite popular belief dues ARE $50 per year.) During that time you are welcome to attend all wheeling events to see if the sport is a fit for you. If your seriously interested in the sport, do some research through organizations that actively support legitimate wheeling in New England.

A good place to start is here: NEA4wd » Member Clubs

Following the advice of some of the postings in this thread will just lead to trouble down the trail.

Happy trails!
10-26-2014 10:11 AM
JEEPmp
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Originally Posted by bmpage84 View Post

LOL! Typically spoken like a person who knows nothing about wheeling, and the reason that many of the States legal trails have been shut down over the years. Do some RESEARCH on different clubs before spouting off at the mouth on topics you have no knowledge about, and giving advise to others. Better yet, sell the Jeep and buy a Prius - most clubs wouldn't tolerate your attitude anyway.
Hey DB this is my 6th jeep and have owned jeeps since you were a nut stain in your moms undies. Get a life and stop worrying about where other people take ther Jeeps. I have hundreds of acres of private land to wheel on I don't need advice on wheeling from you.
10-26-2014 10:03 AM
bmpage84
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Originally Posted by JEEPmp View Post
Get real, it's more than $50 a year for memberships. All they do is one trip a month and clean up trash from inconsiderate assholes the other 3 weekends. Most people have better shit to do than clean private property for 3 weeks to wheel for one day. And wheel the real way? Really? Beside most clubs have stupid requirements to begin with anyway and they will not let his stock JKU in anyway. So you are sadly mistaken
LOL! Typically spoken like a person who knows nothing about wheeling, and the reason that many of the States legal trails have been shut down over the years. Do some RESEARCH on different clubs before spouting off at the mouth on topics you have no knowledge about, and giving advise to others. Better yet, sell the Jeep and buy a Prius - most clubs wouldn't tolerate your attitude anyway.
10-26-2014 09:36 AM
wrath0r
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Originally Posted by bmpage84 View Post
Join a club and learn how and where to wheel the correct way.

NEA4wd » Member Clubs

All NEA clubs have access to private properties that offer everything from stock to extreme trails. Anything legal in Freetown (and that's just the main marked roads through the State Forest) offers nothing that any 2wd vehicle couldn't pass. Anything else up there is illegal for OHV's. You'll find out the hard way that it's a lot cheaper to pay $50 a year for a club membership, rather than a $250 fine and/or have your Jeep impounded by DCR or an EPO. And if you don't think that DCR and EPO"s crawl these forums, as well as Facebook, your sadly mistaken.
The intention is to see "try before I buy" - wheel once or twice and see if I enjoy it. If I do, I'll be joining a club. The way I see it, it's not safe to wheel alone. But I also won't wheel in a place that's illegal to do so, even if it means driving to New Hampshire to do it.
10-26-2014 08:42 AM
JEEPmp
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Originally Posted by bmpage84 View Post

Join a club and learn how and where to wheel the correct way.

NEA4wd » Member Clubs

All NEA clubs have access to private properties that offer everything from stock to extreme trails. Anything legal in Freetown (and that's just the main marked roads through the State Forest) offers nothing that any 2wd vehicle couldn't pass. Anything else up there is illegal for OHV's. You'll find out the hard way that it's a lot cheaper to pay $50 a year for a club membership, rather than a $250 fine and/or have your Jeep impounded by DCR or an EPO. And if you don't think that DCR and EPO"s crawl these forums, as well as Facebook, your sadly mistaken.
Get real, it's more than $50 a year for memberships. All they do is one trip a month and clean up trash from inconsiderate assholes the other 3 weekends. Most people have better shit to do than clean private property for 3 weeks to wheel for one day. And wheel the real way? Really? Beside most clubs have stupid requirements to begin with anyway and they will not let his stock JKU in anyway. So you are sadly mistaken
10-26-2014 08:25 AM
bmpage84
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I live up in Stoneham and have a stock 2014 JK Sahara, so right now I'm just looking for something easy to get my feet wet and am unfamiliar with any of the trails since they're all farther south / west from me. That also means I don't know anywhere to meet up.
Join a club and learn how and where to wheel the correct way.

NEA4wd » Member Clubs

All NEA clubs have access to private properties that offer everything from stock to extreme trails. Anything legal in Freetown (and that's just the main marked roads through the State Forest) offers nothing that any 2wd vehicle couldn't pass. Anything else up there is illegal for OHV's. You'll find out the hard way that it's a lot cheaper to pay $50 a year for a club membership, rather than a $250 fine and/or have your Jeep impounded by DCR or an EPO. And if you don't think that DCR and EPO"s crawl these forums, as well as Facebook, your sadly mistaken.
10-25-2014 03:10 AM
eldomi809 From what i hear these are not challenging trails and even stockers can run them well.. Just Remember tread lightly.. Air down and be light on the skinny pedal.
10-24-2014 10:22 PM
WranglerDriver24 Your heep will tear up the forrest stock. the trails are just full of rocks that makes the terrain very rough and bumpy. and we got a lot of rain so it will be wet !!
10-24-2014 09:19 PM
wrath0r
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Originally Posted by WranglerDriver24 View Post
if any one knows some better trails hmu we can all meet up tomorrow moring
I live up in Stoneham and have a stock 2014 JK Sahara, so right now I'm just looking for something easy to get my feet wet and am unfamiliar with any of the trails since they're all farther south / west from me. That also means I don't know anywhere to meet up.
10-24-2014 09:07 PM
WranglerDriver24 if any one knows some better trails hmu we can all meet up tomorrow moring
10-24-2014 08:32 PM
WranglerDriver24 hey I know the freetown forest main trails but seems like the best trails where the motorcycles go you cant get in their because the gates are locked. like where the ledge is but if you need some one to show you around tomorrow I could do that
10-24-2014 08:00 PM
wrath0r Anyone wheeling tomorrow and interested in dragging a scrub along? :X
10-18-2014 06:37 PM
pdfisherman Hey guys. I got my first jeep this year. I want to go off roading for the first time. It's stock, except I have 31's on it. I'd love to take a ride down and go there if anyone wants to meet up and show a first timer the ropes!
10-18-2014 08:34 AM
wrath0r So are you guys going? Is it awesome?
10-13-2014 08:34 AM
wrath0r I checked my calendar and realized that, unfortunately, I am on call next weekend. I'll have to bow out and lay low.
10-12-2014 07:34 PM
JEEPmp I agree!
10-12-2014 12:47 PM
mudcattj Thats fine w me more the better!!!
10-12-2014 12:35 PM
wrath0r
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Originally Posted by JEEPmp View Post
Yes it is nice out there this time of year mudcattj! I am down to go out there next weekend for sure, just got my new shocks on last weekend and need to flex them out hahaha!
If you're willing to take a complete noob with a stocker out, I'd be down to join you guys as well. If I had any experience at all I'd have suggested this weekend.
10-12-2014 09:11 AM
JEEPmp Yes it is nice out there this time of year mudcattj! I am down to go out there next weekend for sure, just got my new shocks on last weekend and need to flex them out hahaha!
10-12-2014 08:54 AM
mudcattj Jeep mp if u wanna go out some weekend hmu its awsome in there this time of year! Probaly wont get out till next weekend though
10-12-2014 08:49 AM
mudcattj Ive done them all in my stock tj been through waterholes that go halfway up the doors never had a problem i do have all terrain tires which helps but my jeep never slipped once . Don't underestimate the power of your jeep ,its tuffer than u think. If i had gone any deeper i would have needed a snorkel though
10-11-2014 09:34 PM
JEEPmp The majority of trails are easy and a stock jeep will do fine, I mostly stick to the main ones. There are tougher ones in there though. I also have a friend who's family own over 100 acres of farm land in freetown as well and he has some good trails too.
10-11-2014 09:24 PM
wrath0r I'm only an hour away from Fall River. How aggressive are the trails? I've got a stock Sahara that I haven't taken off the road yet. I'd really like to at some point.
10-11-2014 03:05 PM
JEEPmp I live on the Fall River - Freetown line and go through the forest quite often. Would be nice to go with a couple of others in the area. Maybe you have seen me around, I am hard to miss lmao!

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10-09-2014 02:03 PM
mudcattj Hey im in i have a 2000 wrangler sportand i go into the Freetown state forest often i know it well but i agree there ahould b a group down here message me w some details
09-23-2014 04:12 PM
mcap1221 Never been but wouldn't mind checking it out
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