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Old 03-05-2011, 07:30 PM   #21
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i have my truck with me at keene state. i would be down to do some mild off roading this spring. i just dont wanna break something while im up here.
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Nice. I am good to go once the snow melts. I also do not want to break anything before I have enough saved up for some upgrades.

Even finding a good spot to do some drifting would be a good time. I wanna test out the ABS killswitch modification.
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Hey guys, anyone want to go offroading next weekend on saturday april 9th? Trails in Salem, NH near Rt. 111. Trails offer a little of everything; mud, rock, steeps, tight trails. i managed fine last year completely stock, just need to learn your truck limits. Meet at Hess Gas (formerly US GAS) in Salem, NH on Rt. 111 at 12:00 noon.
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I just ordered my lift and once it is on im down to go on some trails. Just let me know when
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Old 07-04-2011, 10:43 AM   #25
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Hey guys, anyone want to go offroading next weekend on saturday april 9th? Trails in Salem, NH near Rt. 111. Trails offer a little of everything; mud, rock, steeps, tight trails. i managed fine last year completely stock, just need to learn your truck limits. Meet at Hess Gas (formerly US GAS) in Salem, NH on Rt. 111 at 12:00 noon.
hey where about is the place in salem what is it next to i want to try it out do u know any places in pelham or where there are any other good off roading places in salem or windham pelham or any thing thanks
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Hey guys, anyone want to go offroading next weekend on saturday april 9th? Trails in Salem, NH near Rt. 111. Trails offer a little of everything; mud, rock, steeps, tight trails. i managed fine last year completely stock, just need to learn your truck limits. Meet at Hess Gas (formerly US GAS) in Salem, NH on Rt. 111 at 12:00 noon.
does any one know some good offroading spots in pelham windham or salem nh if so can u tell me where like details so i can find it what is it next to and stuff thanks i wanna test out my new tacoma
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Hi Rocco. I usually buy most of the parts online and do it myself. What are you looking for in particular?
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i might be moving out to the NH area next fall and hoping that you guys have some trails out there that offer some challenges....i'm used to colorado and moab right now so it'll be hard to adjust to the lack of trails, but there's gotta be some challenging trails out there that aren't part of off-road parks in maine....
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Thanks for sharing the spots. I'm always looking for new places to go that doesn't involve traveling too far. There's a couple of places i know in Bow and in Loudon. Not sure how far that is from you.
I lived in Bow for over 20 years, I know of a few Class IV roads but nothing that a stock truck couldn't do. Where are the trails you are talking about in Bow, are they anything challenging?
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A couple of us are getting together this sunday for a trail ride in the Bradford/Henniker area. Check out this thread if you are interested in coming:

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/nor...eet-greet.html
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Hey guys, anyone want to go offroading next weekend on saturday april 9th? Trails in Salem, NH near Rt. 111. Trails offer a little of everything; mud, rock, steeps, tight trails. i managed fine last year completely stock, just need to learn your truck limits. Meet at Hess Gas (formerly US GAS) in Salem, NH on Rt. 111 at 12:00 noon.
Hello, where in Salem are the trails located?

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Old 07-18-2012, 07:31 AM   #34
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Hi Rob. Thanks for asking.

I need to rebuild the rear diff first. So I'm going to do the following first
Real diff seals
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Any advice on the best parts to get? Sould I stay stock or go up a notch and if I do go up, what should I get?

Then I'm attacking the engine
Plugs
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Tune up

same question.

At help is appreciated. I've gotten lost on the net a few times. Lol
I've always had good luck with OME bearings and seals. The emperor did a few things right If you've got the money a rear disc conversion is a pretty sweet way to go to get rid of the drum setup. I traded some stock parts for a custom fabbed rear bumper. It was basically a length of C-channel that fit in right under the tailgate, and the D-rings were in line with the frame mounts for recovery.

Check http://www.lcengineering.com/. I've purchased a few parts from them and been happy.
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Hi I don't have a tacoma I Ave a Nissan frontier crew cab 4x4 but I go to the trails in Salem nh and I went to the ones I merramack lash night I want to go with some one I will go meet u at one of these trails I will go if u know any other trails to that's fine
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Any one know any offroading spots in Salem pelham Merrimack Nashua Windham around these I live in pelham nh
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Old 03-31-2013, 12:24 AM   #37
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any off-roading in northern NH?
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Old 03-31-2013, 12:28 AM   #38
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any off-roading in northern NH?
x2, i'd like to do a henniker run this week if anyone is up for it...
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Old 04-04-2013, 11:04 PM   #39
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Where's that at? I spend a lot of time in Northern VT. Colebrook and Pittsburg NH are the closest to me when I'm up there.
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Hey those trails over in merrimack arnt private are they? I live in portsmouth and can never find anywhere close to me to ride. I usually go over to Berwick, ME near murdock lake. NH is a bitch to find places that dont have posted private property signs everywhere. If anyone knows any desent places near me i would love to hear about them.
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