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blazing boston

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by fright89, Oct 9, 2001.

  1. fright89

    fright89 1/2 ton status

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    just finished replacing the front bottom shock mount on the 89
    blew it off cruzing boston, big dig, big holes, i think the kid befor me had the wrong shocks on it. had the doubles up front. took them off and put on one rancho 9000. much better ride.
    spent the weekend wheeling under the power lines that go from plymouth to cape cod, real nice forest soft sand and cranbarry bogs. stay out of the bogs the bog masters will chase you out if you dont
    anyone else out there from mass?
     
  2. kchecca

    kchecca Registered Member

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    I am a Boston area person. Live in Melrose, work in Boston. I dont wheel the Blazer, just my Jeep. I thought those power lines were off-limits. Of course, you never get a straight story on anything around here.

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    Keith C
    Bigbird '00 Jeep TJ
    Grandpa's '77 Blazer
     
  3. FatBoyBlazer

    FatBoyBlazer 1/2 ton status

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    i live out in Worcester and we have the same thing with power line around here, there is always trails, wether for a bike or a truck

    high
     
  4. fright89

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    only if you get caught
     
  5. ironmikek5

    ironmikek5 1/2 ton status

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    I'm from Groton, MA, and I jump on the power lines about a mile from my place. There is no gate, just turn in and go. It isn't the best, but where else is there to wheel unless you head to deep woods Maine or something??

    <font color=red>I will not tolerate intolerance </font color=red>[​IMG]
     

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