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Old 02-04-2013, 10:55 AM
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East siders - Juniper Dunes?

Has anyone been out and played here? Im curious how truck friendly it is.

how low can i go on tire pressure? i have dynapro MT 38x15.50.

and Im assuming i should pull and clean my wheel bearing the following day after playing in the sand? anything else? or is it generally a bad idea to even venture out in the sand. I wont be going crazy just cruise around, let the dogs run around, get outta the city for a bit.
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Never heard of it... but then again im not much of a sand person... YET

i'll look into it. Which city is it in?
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Never heard of it... but then again im not much of a sand person... YET

i'll look into it. Which city is it in?
Juniper Dunes Details Oregon/Washington BLM

it looks like its only about 20 min from tri cities

im more worried about sand getting into everything..especially if its a windy day lol i destroyed a quad by not doing maint. after the dunes...now sand makes me very nervous
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I've only been there once riding quads but the place is huge. Most of it is quad trails through sage brush, it does have an area of open sand with some decent sized dunes. It was fairly quiet there when I went kinda nice compared to how busy moses lake gets.
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