Where: Race Point, Provincetown, MA (National Seashore)
got my over the sand pass in May, but finally got to take her out..aired down to the recommended 11psi, 4 Hi, and ESP off (held down for 7 seconds - display read ESPOFF)
was in 1st gear most of the time, at one point i had the wheel turned all the way to the left, but was going straight...we were on a bit of a slope, but i think the stock 18" A/Ts were sliding a bit...
had a great time, think i need a tire up grade.....nothing like the beaches of the outer Cape...
was more worried about the steering issue than the sharks.....its it normal to have the wheel turned all the way to the left and still be going straight?? I'm chalking it up to the tires not gripping the sand while we were on a slight slope (left side was our high side, sloping left to the water)
looking for a good all terrain for sand/snow/pavement...
If you have 4wd you would probably be fine without airing down (at least with a decent set of tires)
Looks fun! Like the roof rack!
2009 Wrangler Sport JKU: 35" Mickey Thompson MTZ/17" Pro Comp Xtreme Wheels/ 3" BDS Lift/4:88 gears/ARB Lockers/ARB Air Compressor/Rugged Ridge Front Bumper/ Rugged Ridge 8500lb Winch/Cold Air Intake/Borla Dual Exhaust/Tuffy Underseat Security and Trunk Enclosure/etc. etc. etc.
any thoughts on how the Mud Terrains would be....good reviews on tire rack...can get some on Rubi 17"s that only have a few miles on them...(guy took off his Rubi to replace with aftermarket tires/rims)
I have the BFG M/T's that are standard on the Rubi. I do a lot of beach driving and they do a great job for me. I usually don't air down unless I know I'm headed to really soft sand and I seem to get better traction than most others on the beach. I have about 15K on the tires now and they are still like new on the sand.