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So, I went wheeling today (well, only to the local off road beach) for the first time since i broke my ankle 8 weeks ago. It felt good to drive off of pavement again. While I was out there I snapped a few pictures. Click on the link at the bottom to see the rest of the pics from todays fun.










click on the link below to see more pictures from todays fun

http://www.imagestation.com/album/?id=4291660279
 

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nothing like beach wheeling.i know you're glad to be up and around again.i spent 3 months on my back with a broken pelvis and femer.rather be bipedal anyday.

good looking truck ya got.looks like mine did when i bought it.
 

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OBXCHARGER said:
nothing like beach wheeling.
I hear ya on that. I love driving out on the beach!!
 

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You have a broken link to your pics.
 

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Looks like a lot of fun. I wish I could wheel on the beach here in So. Cal.
 

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Ouch! I've wheeled on many beaches here and I've had nothing but trouble. That salt water is like acid to a truck, rots them down to the frame if you get em wet in sea water
 

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man, that IS my r\c. it looks exactly like mine. except, those steps, i have full length running boards that im actually removing this week, where did your get thos steps and whatd you drop in em man?
 

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RXT said:
Ouch! I've wheeled on many beaches here and I've had nothing but trouble. That salt water is like acid to a truck, rots them down to the frame if you get em wet in sea water
The beach is a place you have to use your head. First of all under no circumstance short of loss of life or my truck do I EVER drive through salt water no matter how shallow. Second, don't park it too close to the water if you are going to be there a while, I mean use some common sense. Third, ALWAYS rinse if not wash your truck after comming off the beach. I have had my truck on the beach so many times I have lost count, and I haven't had a single problem with rust. Beach driving can be a blast as long as you use your head and don't do anything stupid like driving through the salt water like on commercials.
 
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