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General / 4x4 expense list
« Last post by Big Chuck on September 09, 2019, 05:13:10 PM »
Good Afternoon everyone!
  Matt from COREC brought up the expense sheet at out meeting last week. Attached you will find it. If we could all fill it out and email it back to the address on the top of the document it could really help us hopefully get public land access in the state of CT. The sooner the better to get this out would be great. All of our help is critical to gain action in the state of CT.
Trading Post / New member
« Last post by COPEY on August 08, 2019, 01:06:08 AM »
Hey I’m a new member I recently bough a Jeep Wrangler 2016 and I’m looking for ways to learn safe Offroad driving and have fun wile at it,im from Norwalk ct and looking forward to  Meet new friends I can ride out on trails
General / Re: Jeep And Truck Show - Colchester Green 9/14
« Last post by skibum on July 29, 2019, 10:56:32 PM »
That sounds cool. I will try to make that
General / Jeep And Truck Show - Colchester Green 9/14
« Last post by moparts on July 28, 2019, 02:18:40 AM »
Jeep And Truck Show - Colchester Green 9/14
General / Re: Welcome to the JT4x4 Club Forums........
« Last post by calvynandhobbs on July 26, 2019, 06:25:44 PM »
Welcome aboard Tom
General / Re: Welcome to the JT4x4 Club Forums........
« Last post by D44ranger on July 25, 2019, 03:44:55 PM »
My name is Tom, I'm a new member from Shelton, CT.  I have a 96' Ranger 4.0 5spd with a leveling kit and 31s.  I recently bought an 03' Silverado as a tow rig so now my ranger is going to be my dedicated trail vehicle.  I have a winch, a Dana 44 straight axle and 37s waiting to be installed when I get the chance.  I enjoy fabrication, welding, machine work and wrenching among other hobbies.  I look forward to making new friends and getting out in the trails soon!
General / Re: did i mess up?
« Last post by skibum on July 22, 2019, 01:05:08 AM »
I am running a 4dr 2009 Jeep Wrangler on 35’s and a 3.5in lift. Do to the long wheel base it gets me hung up on many rocks and when cresting hills. Have heavy skid plates underneath for protection and very beaten. A suburban is going to cause you a lot of headache in the woods due to its length and width. If you had a 6 inch plus lift and 40’s it would possibly help out with your ground clearance issues but don’t count on any dent less body panels after a few trips out on the trails in  New England
General / Re: did i mess up?
« Last post by Mr Rock on July 20, 2019, 04:42:06 PM »
It looks that way because of having to much fun in the woods for sure, but it starts by hitting one tree when you least expect it!
Members Rigs / Re: New Member, New Truck 86. Chevy Suburban
« Last post by Big Chuck on July 20, 2019, 02:05:21 PM »
Well, a K5 will be easier to move around for sure. We have a full size K5 in the club now, my rig is built on a 77 K10 frame, bobbed down 10 inches essentially making it a K5 frame.
General / Re: did i mess up?
« Last post by DJMelodia on July 20, 2019, 01:28:02 PM »
is that the usual outcome from wheeling on NE trails, or just having a little too much fun? i bought an 88 k5 blazer 2 days ago, so ill have an easier time navigating the trails. im not trying to be wreckless with it tho. if my truck is gonna wind up like that cherokee every time i go out, id have to think twice about offroading. i gotta drive it home, after all. i gotta try it at least once tho.
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