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Old 04-25-2013, 07:55 PM   #1
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Best lift and offroad/beach tires

What is the best brand for a lift and offroad/beach tires?

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Old 04-26-2013, 11:46 AM   #2
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Are you running sand dunes on the beach or just driving on the beach?

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I like Teraflex suspensions I think it's a well done strong suspension but it's a little pricey, if you want a suspension and you're leaning more on a budget you can always go with a Rough Country. For sand I recomend the DIck Cepek radial FC
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Are you running sand dunes on the beach or just driving on the beach?
Just driving on the beach
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I like Teraflex suspensions I think it's a well done strong suspension but it's a little pricey, if you want a suspension and you're leaning more on a budget you can always go with a Rough Country. For sand I recomend the DIck Cepek radial FC
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Stock or even a 2"BB does just fine on the beach. Stock tires work great too...just air them down to 10-12psi and you Jeep will be amazing.
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Old 04-29-2013, 12:54 AM   #7
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I run stock (2" zone lift is in the way) and 30"at2's and do awesome on the beach I don't even air down and I do better then most of the people that try to get in our beaches here
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I do a lot of surf fishing in Jersey. So I drive on the beach a lot. I have GY Duratracs and they're very good in the sand. I air down to about 15 lbs, there's a lot of sugar sand on the beach I go to.
I have a 2.5" OME lift also but I didn't get that for the beach, got that for off roading.
You don't need a lift for the beach.

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