I'm already deflated to 15 psi front & 10 psi rear. The pix is misleading. The sand is too soft and deep, and there is something wrong with my rig.If you drop your tire pressure down to 15 all around you would likely have been fine.
Looks fully inflated in those pics.
At Pismo, we tried to reset the ECU but to no avail, and checked the fuses. The fuses are visually fine. So we suspect it's the actuator or worst something mechanical. I also hear a weird sound of like tires rubbing the fender or something when I accelerate from stopping.Have you figured out what is wrong with your 4wd not engaging?
I actually live only a couple miles from these trails. I`ve been on them a lot. There are dozens of trails up here. We are expecting our first snow of the season tonite. So might get lucky and be able to take a trail ride with a little snow on the trailSpent the weekend at lake arrowhead and checked willow creek OHV and Devil’s Hole OHV off the list! Great little trails with a little bit of everything! Oh, have a good amount of clearance if you guys wanna go!
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Drivin' through puddles eh?It rained pretty heavily last night. So I drove it around and splashed in every puddle or bit of standing water that I could find. Not only did it wash the underside and fender wells, but I fulfilled my civic duty in helping with flood control.
Nice rig! Lucky you on gettin out n doin some shooting. I drove mine to work as my Trunda was in for a recall.Went shooting this afternoon and then wheeled a little. it rained the last 3 days and lots of water in Table Mesa. it is nice though because no dust. View attachment 1117088 View attachment 1117100 View attachment 1117101 View attachment 1117102 View attachment 1117103 View attachment 1117104