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    Default Yet another newbie :)

    Greetings everyone! I'm super stoked I was lead to this forum through another member of an FJ Cruiser forum. I've spent most of my life in NH but have not had the chance to 'overland' it until now. I recently bought a 2013 FJ Cruiser and can't wait to check out NH at its best. I've no clue where any trails are so hopefully I can learn some things from the crowd that's already enjoying their trips. I did see the section on guided and self-guided trips, I'll just have to find out some more information on them and see which are the better trips. There seems to be a number of experienced people in here so I'm now the student - an eager one!

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    Hello and Welcome. The tran NH trip is such a great time. Went last October and had a blast!

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    Welcome to the Forum ! you were pointed towards a great group of Like mined people ,just keep watching crawls all the time
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    Hello and welcome!
    Traction, articulation, and gearing make a good off-road rig. Just a big lift, wide mud tires, and a winch do not ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitcoin View Post
    Greetings everyone! I'm super stoked I was lead to this forum through another member of an FJ Cruiser forum. I've spent most of my life in NH but have not had the chance to 'overland' it until now. I recently bought a 2013 FJ Cruiser and can't wait to check out NH at its best. I've no clue where any trails are so hopefully I can learn some things from the crowd that's already enjoying their trips. I did see the section on guided and self-guided trips, I'll just have to find out some more information on them and see which are the better trips. There seems to be a number of experienced people in here so I'm now the student - an eager one!
    Welcome aboard and keep an eye out for the newbie runs. Great way to get acquainted.
    "I hope you get hit by a goose, right in the sway bar!"
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    Welcome. Nice to see another Cruiser!
    2011 FJ 6 speed, 3"Toytec lift 285/70R17 Cooper ST MAXX, homemade winch bumper, dual batteries

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    Welcome and enjoy all this group has to offer.

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