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Re: Summit vs. Overland for beach/sand

I don't think a lack of skid plates is a problem for beach driving.
However tow hooks (recovery points) are a must in my opinion...
20 inch rims are no problem, I always air down to 20psi and have gotten through some really dry and soft sand without issue.

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