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Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: Santa Rosa, CA
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Your truck will do fine even though it's heavy!
Like you already know, airing down the tires is the most important thing to do for driving on sand, and airing down the trailer tires is also important so that you are not just dragging it through the sand with it's tires half buried. makes it much easier to tow!
Here is my setup that I tow through the sand and the trailer is over 10k lbs.:
2005 F-250 CC/SB 4x4 medium wedgewood blue
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5" lift, 5" Donahoe rear springs, 35x13.50 MTZ's, 18x12 Fuel Hostage wheels, 4.30 gears, Banks 4" exhaust, Airraid intake, SCT from Innovative, ARP headstuds, Bulletproof ficm, Scangauge II, Randy Ellis Design lightbar, Street Scene flares, Harpoon mod, Zoodad mod, LED 2010 taillights, Switchback LED front turn signals
Last edited by GregsSD; 04-23-2013 at 10:43 AM.