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    Sand is pure evil to your bearings. Stay away!

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    looking at these pictures i was not on hard sand like that, i was on a private beach that closes to people at 8, and never are you aloud to take vehicles on it lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcellus Shale View Post
    Sand is pure evil to your bearings. Stay away!
    I'm with him. Sand is evil. Very evil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike193 View Post
    looking at these pictures i was not on hard sand like that, i was on a private beach that closes to people at 8, and never are you aloud to take vehicles on it lol
    yeah, jersey shore sand is pretty soft and flowy... it's nuts seeing the tires/treads of the vehicles that do drive around there.
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