|11-11-2007 06:10 PM|
|11-11-2007 06:05 PM|
|11-11-2007 06:02 PM|
|Triple88a||On 2nd thought skinny but really tall tires might be a better choice since wide tires will only fight agains the sand as they dig through it.|
|11-11-2007 05:51 PM|
I gotta agree with Derek here, for sand you dont need much lift (enough to clear the tires)
Big and wide tires is your ticket.
I'd go with some wide Boggers and 6" of lift (4 suspension and 2" bl)
In my opinion for sand Boggers is the biggest choice of sizes i've ever seen and they vary from pizza cutters to like 16-17" wide (not tall)...
|11-11-2007 09:41 AM|
|debruins||no im not saying you dont need a lift, im saying it doesnt much matter what kind, like if u get RC as opposed to RE or BB and BL as opposed to LA, its mostly about onroad comfort untill you get into intense rock stuff, or like 6+ in of lift|
|11-11-2007 02:39 AM|
|Chad P||I also think a wider tire would work well in the sand. like a 31.12.50r15 would work well IMO|
|11-11-2007 12:29 AM|
Mabe where you live a lift don't matter but in Colorado you need a lift to go off-road.
Big rocks = big lift or lots of damage oh yeah and you get stuck.
|11-10-2007 08:59 PM|
|honda316||check this out: TJ lift sand beach|
|11-10-2007 08:36 PM|
its all about aring down and the tires you get, the lift doesnt have much to do wiht the offroad capabilities, more the onroad comfort,
the best lift to get is either the deluxe or ultimate
however best price is
|11-10-2007 06:22 PM|
|Chad P||What size tires are you wanting to go with? Is that is only place you will be going off-road.|
|11-10-2007 05:24 PM|
best lift for the beach
what the best lift for the beach sand looking for 3-5 inches of lift