Great news, was looking for something like this. I have came over from the Maxxis Big Horn on my 800s and knew those were okay in the dunes, but still ran Paddles. Now with the Coyotes 32's I was wondering if even in AWD how would it perform with such big tires more weight and not so much additional power. I think the paddles are still the way to go, coming from my boosted 800s, the stock big horns would rip in dirt but were to weighted for sand and switching to paddles they were lighter which helps! Still will give the 32s some trying.
Air down and don't get stop in the soft stuff going up an incline. In my area, you can pick up a set of used paddles fairly easily, and if you don't like the experience, you can also sell them, fairly easily, once you get back home.
Not many folks that don't enjoy Glamis, once you have experienced it.
Agreed, I have started off going to Johnson Valley here in CA. We did our first sand trip over the New Years holiday, Gordon Wells, and the 800s was a blast to be in. We had so much fun for our first time out we bought a bigger car.
The sand just might be our new oasis.
Agreed as well. I am from the High Desert area of CA, so Johnson Valley was a regular spot for me growing up, just not with RZR type toys. Being from Phoenix area, we just started going to Glamis last year and love it. Our 10-18 year old boys live it up on quads, dirt bikes, RZR's, etc. We also stay down at Gordon's because of proximity, it's fairly quite, and it makes for a nice trip up the the vendors, Gecko, and numerous spots in the dunes.
I am also going to Glamis for the first time next weekend, and decided to purchase a set of System 3 beadlocks and sand tires from a friend. They have been going there for some time now, and I just finally decided to join in, so expect to be doing it about as often as I go out to Randsburg every season.