Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: East Moriches, New York
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You'd be taking a big chance. Go with someone who has a 4X4 and a snap line, until you know if its something you can accomplish on your own. Air down to 10-12 psi and stay light on the gas and brake pedal. I drive on Fire Island, which is all loose sand and easy to get stuck. I've made it 10 miles round trip in 2WD, so it's not impossible just not easy to stay unstuck. I don't care cause I can always hit the 4X4 switch. You don't have that luxury so be careful and find the hard packed or wet sand and experiment to find out what your truck likes.
Remember, better safe than sorry.
07 4x4 CC LB, Alpine Radio/Nav, Bilstein adjustable shocks with AC LD coils (3"), Bump Stop mod, 1.5" rear blocks, 2" body Lift, 305/70/16 BFG AT's, Pro Comp 1089, Hypertech tuned, Extang Express Tonno, Cabela's sport seat covers, Heated seats, Curt front hitch, CXJ IMS, Volant CAI, Jungle Flares
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