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greenlaning in the northeast

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03 Mar 2011 20:59 #12510 by lordnev
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hi there , brand new to the site and 4x4s does anybody know of anywhere i can go greenlaning , round the northeast area

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03 Mar 2011 21:14 #12512 by biggaz
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welcome along, where in the north east are you? im in washington and there is quite a few members up this way :-)

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03 Mar 2011 21:19 #12513 by lordnev
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i live a couple of miles down from pea farm, iv just got the jimny on sunday , gettings its mot tomorrow, fingers crossed, then im dying to get out and about in it, my jimny is a bit ruff , but we got to start somewhere i guess ha ha

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04 Mar 2011 21:05 #12546 by trextr7monkey
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Hi, I presume you are aware of the Raiders off road forum who are very active over there

www.raidersoffroad.com/forum

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07 Mar 2011 19:45 #12778 by lordnev
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cheers i will have a look

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07 Mar 2011 19:59 #12779 by biggaz
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have you been in pea farm? bit muddy int it :-)

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07 Mar 2011 20:05 - 07 Mar 2011 20:06 #12780 by lordnev
Replied by lordnev on topic Re: greenlaning in the northeast
never being mate, cannot wait to get out in it, need to sort some tyres out soon like, just looking about, the 1s i have on are about done, and make the jimny feel terible on the road, whats a good type to go 4, on a budget :unsure:
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07 Mar 2011 20:42 - 07 Mar 2011 20:43 #12784 by biggaz
Replied by biggaz on topic Re: greenlaning in the northeast
Some kingpin type remoulds, look on ebay... go for mud tyres if your gonna be offroading.

ESPECIALLY in Pea Farm, a lad went up with us on all terrains and they just went no-where in the thick mud!

These are cheap

cgi.ebay.co.uk/x4-195-80R15-KINGPIN-TRAC...&hash=item3f0704bb84

bit more money

cgi.ebay.co.uk/205-70-15-MALATESTA-4x4-9...&hash=item53e6826540

Dont know if you have a lift or what size tyres you have on at the minute but sticking to 195/80. 205/70. or 215/75 Biggest on a standard jimny.

Ive never used any of those tyres so cant comment but john on here has the first ones in the links, he says there decent on road.. i went for some bf goodrich mud terrain km2 in 215/75/15.
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08 Mar 2011 11:34 #12819 by doncarlyon
Nev's is lifted but dont know how much by. Think it has 215/75/15s on at the minute.

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08 Mar 2011 21:35 #12871 by lordnev
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Thanks mate , I will take a look, I want some thing for the mud but also have some more control on the road , Tyres that r on r shocking on road but great off road

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08 Mar 2011 22:24 - 08 Mar 2011 22:25 #12873 by biggaz
Replied by biggaz on topic Re: greenlaning in the northeast
probs best off buying a used set off wheels tyres off ebay... get some quite cheap off there.

Have a look see what make/size are on at the minute.
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