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njhunter24

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    Hunterdon County, New Jersey

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  1. @not on the rug not sure if you’re a runner, but I signed up for all 3 events in the link below. I completed the 125k last year and it was a lot of fun, very challenging. The 45k and 80k are new this year. https://mtnops.com/pages/virtual-series
  2. I was under the same impression. Either way, I have the paperwork required to register it if the buyer chooses to do so.
  3. Great job on the paint. And thanks for the clarification on needing to register it for a motor. I just assumed it would need to be lettered to have a motor on it since we are in Soviet NJ
  4. Good morning all While applying for licenses and permits in a few western states, I see they ask for a Hunter Ed number as part of your personal information. As a licensed New Jersey hunter, would I enter my conservation ID number, or is there a different number I need to be entering? A screen grab from Montana FWP is below for reference. Any help or insight would be appreciated.
  5. Price drop to $650. I’d also be willing to work out a trade for a 30-06, 300 win mag, or 308.
  6. Agreed. Rinella is top notch along with all the other guys in his crew. Janis, cal, clay newcomb etc etc. In my opinion, what makes Meateater special, is their ability to break down the complex and sometimes unexplainable thoughts and emotions associated with hunting and conservation into small palatable blurbs. I think this is what helps appeal non-hunters to the sport as Meateater makes the bigger picture easier to understand than if an idiot like myself were to try and explain it. Meateater has also turned me onto some great gear brands that I now use exclusively such as Firstlit
  7. I recently purchased a low mileage certified pre-owned RAM 1500 with a 5.7L hemi. I previously owned an older RAM 1500 with the 4.7L V8, RAM has since discontinued that motor and now uses the V6 you're considering. The 5.7L hemi has been great so far, I am averaging 22mpg with 90% of my driving being on the highway. It has some impressive power when you really step on it. I do not tow anything heavier than about 3500lbs so the 5.7 is plenty powerful enough for my needs. The certified pre owned RAMs come standard with a 7 year/100k mile powertrain warranty which provides some nice peace
  8. sold! thank you all for your interest.
  9. Previous to getting my new truck, I had been driving the ‘09 up and down rt78 for my 90 mile round trip commute to work every day for the last 6 years without issue. I also just took her up to Lake Placid and back without issue. I have never driven her any further than ~6 hours from NJ so I can’t speak to any lengthy hauls like NJ to MT.
  10. The only thing you need to be afraid of is the angry flock of bald eagles carrying American flags that this truck has the power of summoning at a moments notice. All jokes aside, no problem, best of luck on your search.
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