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Post  rider3 on 4/26/2012, 10:06 pm

Well the time is comming, and im gonna be getting my beach tag for ibsp. Never had one before, so i was hoping for some info so i dont get this and frame my truck on the first outing.

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Post  Oldsalts on 4/26/2012, 10:19 pm

rider3 wrote:Well the time is comming, and im gonna be getting my beach tag for ibsp. Never had one before, so i was hoping for some info so i dont get this and frame my truck on the first outing.

The best thing i can say is use your head and not your butt and you will be fine....look forward to fishing with you this year...!!!!

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Post  Zmat on 4/26/2012, 11:12 pm

Make sure you have a buggy kit together. I believe IBSP has the required materials listed on their site. Then on to

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Post  rider3 on 4/26/2012, 11:13 pm

Zmat wrote:Make sure you have a buggy kit together. I believe IBSP has the required materials listed on their site. Then on to

yea, im gonna check out what the njbba recomends..........

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Post  Zmat on 4/27/2012, 12:12 am

rider3 wrote:
Zmat wrote:Make sure you have a buggy kit together. I believe IBSP has the required materials listed on their site. Then on to

yea, im gonna check out what the njbba recomends..........

http://www.njbba.org/beach-driving.html

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Post  ChrisL on 4/27/2012, 6:09 pm

-ALWAYS air down. Don't cheat on this one.
-Have the right equipment to deal with an emergency.
-Maintain your vehicle so you are less likely to have a mechanical failure. Sand driving puts extra stress on the truck.
-Be smart and courteous about how you drive and where you park.

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Post  JeffL on 4/27/2012, 6:52 pm

Yea blown power steering line on the beach sucks ^_^... Like chris said airing down is key.. Me personally i go to 15lbs per tire.

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Post  rider3 on 4/27/2012, 10:12 pm

i understand the whole airing down thing................dont want to go to far down at first................want to leave my self some lea-way incase i got to go down farther right?

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Post  Oldsalts on 4/27/2012, 10:28 pm

rider3 wrote:i understand the whole airing down thing................dont want to go to far down at first................want to leave my self some lea-way incase i got to go down farther right?

Nope go down to at least 15 to start...

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Post  ChrisL on 4/27/2012, 10:32 pm

rider3 wrote:i understand the whole airing down thing................dont want to go to far down at first................want to leave my self some lea-way incase i got to go down farther right?
Nope, if you get it right to begin with, you won't need to go down farther.
You'll have to figure out what works best for your vehicle/tires, but somewhere between 15 and 20 is usually good.

The beach is in great shape right now. Real wide, mostly flat and not too torn up. Good time to get a feel for the whole thing. In about a month it's gonna be other story.

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Post  JayDizzle on 4/30/2012, 9:52 am

15 lbs is the way to go.
Don't jam your brakes.....Always come to a slow stop so you don't push yourself into a rut, making it harder for you to get out. And never spin your tires. That only makes things worse.
See you out there bud!

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