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Re: Sand Driving Training - Stockton

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A bogged GC on fraser, running 20s at full pressure (one of them mentioned pressure at 35)

Well there you have it! At 35psi the tyre footpring is only half what it is at 18psi. Little wonder the Jeep got stuck. It's like trying to walk on sand on your tippy toes.
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Re: Sand Driving Training - Stockton

Surprisingly they were going ok, until they had to stop for the stuck nissan.
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Re: Sand Driving Training - Stockton

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I agree with Allypally but I would say go down to at least 18psi. I've done it at 16psi and it's even better. Just don't do any radical manoeuvres at that pressure.

Also, while driving on the hard wet sand might seems safer, it's not. Firstly, if it's low tide and the car has a problem, youíre in deep s***, not to mention you will get salt sprayed up everywhere. Secondly, the area between the hard wet sand and the dry sand is often very soft and the area you are most likely to get bogged. Stick to the dry sand and don't be afraid of dunes but only ever go straight up and straight down them. If the Jeep stalls going up a dune, just roll straight back down and try again, DONíT TURN! The other thing about driving on the dry sand area is that it is just so much more fun as I'm sure others will attest.
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Thanks for all the excellent info guys..
Time to order the Chief Hooks to have them here ready for when the Jeep arrives..
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