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    RC Turnbuckle Jr.
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    P4de is heading for the beach.

    So Iím taking my P4de to the beach. Iíve got the GoPro so hopefully theyíll be some sweet footage. Never done beach driving. Only taking 2S and 3S, and a few tools. So when and if she breaks, fun is over. Pics and videos to come in the following week or so. Any advice?


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    Wonder if the pede would do good on sand paddle tires


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    Hopefully, you remembered to put on paddle tires, as opposed to the stock tires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panther6834 View Post
    Hopefully, you remembered to put on paddle tires, as opposed to the stock tires.

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    I have Badlands MX2.8ís. We shall see


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    Somehow builds are never done....[/QUOTE]

    So the we need to call them buildings and buildings
    That are done being built, built lol. I hope you have a good time out at the beach canít wait to see some good footage.


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    I wound suggest spraying your pede down with some dry lube. This will help keep the sand from sticking to some parts. Also make sure you donít go into the water. Lastly, give your vehicle a good wash down when you get home. Re-lube everything. An air compressor is a great tool to use as well as some good dry type lube. Just my experience with taking my RCís to the beach. Things will rust so fast if not treated. Have fun. Keep it out of the water and youíll be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 222 View Post
    I wound suggest spraying your pede down with some dry lube. This will help keep the sand from sticking to some parts. Also make sure you donít go into the water. Lastly, give your vehicle a good wash down when you get home. Re-lube everything. An air compressor is a great tool to use as well as some good dry type lube. Just my experience with taking my RCís to the beach. Things will rust so fast if not treated. Have fun. Keep it out of the water and youíll be fine.
    Good point. I have dry lube, but didnít think of that.


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