magicbus

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Nice. But here is my question... we have deep soft sand where I live.. I wouldn’t think of taking my Wrangler (or anything else) on the beach without airing down to 15-18#. With all if this computerized 4-wheel drive and the extra clutch on my Badlands it would be nice to know if I should still air down. Personally, I probably wouldn’t have the guts not to so I don’t look like a complete noob sitting up to my axles in sand!
 

Beach_Bum

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Nice. But here is my question... we have deep soft sand where I live.. I wouldn’t think of taking my Wrangler (or anything else) on the beach without airing down to 15-18#. With all if this computerized 4-wheel drive and the extra clutch on my Badlands it would be nice to know if I should still air down. Personally, I probably wouldn’t have the guts not to so I don’t look like a complete noob sitting up to my axles in sand!
Air down. I have an entire gallery of others who had bad beach days. The time to air down and inflate afterwards sure beats digging. I live in a county that has 16 miles of beach on which to drive, but the driving is restricted in the high/dry sugar sand.
 

Tdubz

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All black looks pretty good on the sport.
 
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