One thing to remember when getting tires for sand, the more meaty the lugs the easier they will dig you a hole. We have a lot of sand by the river where we go here and my buddy was running super swampers (he likes to play in the mud). He helped to winch a guy out of the sand so he put his blazer in 2hi, held the brakes to dig a hole to anchor himself, and pulled the truck out. (I think it was an F350 or some other heavy monster.) Once done, into 4lo and crawled out of the hole. Now he did have front and rear lockers with those 44" swampers but kinda cool to see him dig himself a hole and then walk out of it. Anyways, point being, if you have heavy lugs (even like on the K02's) be careful spinning the tires in the sand or you could bury yourself very quickly. Just remember, no momentum, stop and re-asses your situation. Even more important if you are out on your own.
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