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We are looking to relocate to new hampahire from Florida. My jeep is lifted 2.5 inches with a 1" body lift on 35s.

Will this pass inspections? My tires do stick out but not much and my bumpers I believe are above 20" with my setup.

Is anyone running flat fenders up there? If so are they the super wide ones to cover the tire? Sorry never had to deal with emissions and want to make sure that it is ready and not cost me a fortune when I get up there.


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That should pass inspection just fine. Your Jeep honestly looks like something that a dealer would put together to spice up their inventory... and I don't mean that in an insulting way at all.

If you are really worried, find a dealer that has something built on the lot and get inspected there.

We also don't do emissions testing. As long as your rig is mechanically sound and doesn't have a check engine light or ABS light on, you should be fine.
 

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That should pass inspection just fine. Your Jeep honestly looks like something that a dealer would put together to spice up their inventory... and I don't mean that in an insulting way at all.

If you are really worried, find a dealer that has something built on the lot and get inspected there.

We also don't do emissions testing. As long as your rig is mechanically sound and doesn't have a check engine light or ABS light on, you should be fine.


Thank you makes me feel a little better.


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Anything decent up there to do with a jeep? I don't do mud


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Thank you, forgot all about the regions forum


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Yes definitely check out the regional forum. Most of the offroading in NH will be on what we call "Class VI roads." Basically roads that are no longer maintained but are still town/state owned and legal to drive on. They range from sedan friendly to pretty gnarly. Everything else is private property.
 
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