|09-14-2009 11:37 AM|
|IslandTJ||Depending on how far you are to the shore, 20 gallons is heavy . Definitely will work if not high centered...|
|09-12-2009 03:38 PM|
|GrnTJ||Well wet sand is deff. not as soft and dry sand so Im sure your tires wont sink down as far. I have never really been in a situation where I needed to be extracted from sand so Im not real sure but my guess is that it would help.|
|09-05-2009 07:58 PM|
|1BLKJP||Theory seems sound.|
|09-05-2009 06:58 PM|
|4Jeepn||suppose it might work... give it a test and let us know...|
|09-05-2009 05:56 PM|
YES IT WORKS........
Great to build sand castles and use a seat to sit and stare at your jeep while you wait for someone to come recover you.
Really though... not sure ...take a buddy with a vehicle and a tow strap to the beach. Get your jeepy stuck and test the theory. What do you have to loose?
|09-05-2009 05:03 PM|
|skeeter||No but water definitely makes sand firmer.|
|09-05-2009 03:42 PM|
5 gallon buckets?
OK... heard this from an old timer.... when wheelin on the beach he carries a 5 gallon bucket with him.... at the point of wheel spin and possible getting stuck, off to the shore line, 5 gallons water around each wheel with a "runway" out for each... claims he has never been stuck in the sand using this....
Any of ya'll do this?