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Old August 20th 03, 04:45 PM
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I've driven my Jeep Wrangler on the NC outer banks beaches. It's
actually pretty tough conditions getting over the dune trails. I saw
a Subaru getting pulled out of the deep sand - he was buried up to his
frame, and two really big 4wd trucks were having trouble getting him
out. Depending on recent weather, you might have to drive quite a
distance through the softest, driest sand you can imagine, with really
deep tracks that require good clearance. On the beach I see mostly
4WD trucks and "normal/large" size SUVs, not the small ones. You need
to lower your tire pressure to 15-10 psi. Once you clear the really
soft sand you can drive easily. There's nothing like the outer banks
beaches - sometimes you can drive till you can barley see another
vehicle, and have a mile of beach all to yourself. Other times it's
like a parking lot of 4x4s. Not sure why. You can also ride a
mountain bike along the hard sand at the water's edge, but the sand
and salt are really bad for the bike...

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