Originally Posted by jeepheller98
yeah, learning the hard way is greatest way to never make a mistake again.. its alright but only if your prepared for any situation
I don't know about desert sand, but if it's beach sand, I would take your tires down to 25 PSI at a minimum before going on the sand... I've make the mistake in the past thinking QD II would get me through the sand, only to get stuck. the 25 PSI should be ok to drive on the highway for short distances.
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