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    Default New guy from VT

    New guy here, in Springfield VT. Haven't wheeled NH much because I don't know where the legal stuff is over there, yet. I'm an instructor at the Land Rover Experience in Manchester VT and a 4x4 shop owner. Some of you may know my Land Rover Discovery from the display we did at Vermonster last weekend.
    Looking forward to meeting some new folks!

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    Welcome to the forum.
    Redneck.. Blue Collar.

    ExploringNH.com... N.H.'s #1 Forum For The Off Road Enthusiast.

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    welcome to the right side up state
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    Welcome to the forum. Nice rig BTW.

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    :wassup:
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    welcome
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    Welcome

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    Welcome, and yes that LR was very cool

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    welcome
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    Thanks for the kind welcome- I heard from several people that this forum was cool...



    At Vermonster it was sporting Compomotive alloys and bigger tires- the original ones in this pic don't balance out anymore and need to be replaced. This is the one from the three Mobil One commercials that ran in 2005-2007. There was a 13 episode TV show about driving around the world- this was the lead truck. www.odysseyshow.com
    I'm not willing to risk a lot of damage, but I do wheel it regularly.
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    Welcome. We found some GREAT stuff in western NH last year (here's the link) and lots of trails in that area yet to be scouted.

    Hopefully you can tag along with us when we head back out that way this year!
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    welcome
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    Nice rig and welcome to ENH!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MuddyOval View Post
    Thanks for the kind welcome- I heard from several people that this forum was cool...



    At Vermonster it was sporting Compomotive alloys and bigger tires- the original ones in this pic don't balance out anymore and need to be replaced. This is the one from the three Mobil One commercials that ran in 2005-2007. There was a 13 episode TV show about driving around the world- this was the lead truck. www.odysseyshow.com
    I'm not willing to risk a lot of damage, but I do wheel it regularly.
    OMG drool:drool5

    Out-freaking standing disco you have there!
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