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Post  toremainn 6/19/2013, 4:17 pm

Hi there!
New member from 69`N in Norway here.
Just bought a 2001 TJ, 2,5l manual transmission.
The "official" reason for me bying a Wrangler is all the snow and hills here in in Tromsoe Smile
The real reason is simple; its a fun car with lots of DIY possibilities.
The last two years i built my own campervan on a European Ford chassi, so no its time to scale down and go for a Jeep Smile
Excited as he... Smile
 
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Post  nsjbill 6/19/2013, 5:00 pm

Greetings! How did you find us? This group is made up of folks from the state of Massachusetts for the most part. I imagine the 4-wheeling over there in Norway is a different beast. More Samurais and non-Jeeps. Anyhow, thanks for popping in and introducing yourself!
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Post  Ryan McKee 6/19/2013, 5:54 pm

I'd be fascinated to know how you found us!

Best,

Ryan

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Post  CrawlingForward 6/19/2013, 9:30 pm

Nice to meet you!

The campervan project sounds awesome.  Any more details?

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Post  Mark 6/19/2013, 10:16 pm

Welcome, Hopefully You will  have alot of fun with your jeep,, good luck with it.

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Post  KiloTango 6/20/2013, 8:52 am

Welcome to the forum. Best of luck with your TJ . You country looks like there's no shortage of places to wheel.


Hey NSJ! We've gone global!!!
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Post  nsjbill 6/20/2013, 11:56 am

Love the new avatar pic Kilo! That from MaBell?
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Post  KiloTango 6/20/2013, 12:03 pm

Nope NEA Snow Run South last year. A place called the "Sawmill"
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Post  Rob Cote 6/20/2013, 3:35 pm

Sawmill. Sounds brutal.
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Post  janesy 6/20/2013, 4:59 pm

Called the Sawmill because its on property that is/was a sawmill.

But its actually pretty tame for the most part. Do have some BIG stuff for the buggy guys and a couple obstacles here and there but otherwise a more mellow time for a more built rig.

Fun is the snow tho!
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Post  KiloTango 6/20/2013, 5:10 pm

We are getting way off topic here from the original "hello" thread but that's just what they call it.
I thought it was Ok for the most part, but I saw it beat the hell out of a few Xterras trying to fit where they were not designed to. It hear its a 100 acres so there is something for everybody there. I've been there twice and I doubt I seen anywhere close to that.

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