15 psi seems high to me. I typically air down to about 8 psi for sand
Avoid air compressors that plug in to the truck, they are too slow. Get one that clamps directly to the battery
Most of the driving on the beaches north of Corolla can be done in 4Hi, since you will want to have enough speed to maintain momentum. If you get bogged down in deep soft sand or need to cross some of the deep water holes on the "roads" inland from the beach in Carova, then you can use 4Lo to ease through those situations. Enjoy.We are headed down to Corolla this weekend and might drive up to Carova. We will definitely air down the tires, but for a noob, what is the recommended setting: 4WD Low / Hi / Auto?
SO now I've heard both. Is there a downside to 4Lo in sand or just lack of speed?
I never needed 4-LO when I used to do the Corolla beach. Just seems like you'd be over-revving your motor for no reason. 400HP & Torque is plenty to move you around on sand without needing LO, even if you stop in sugar sand. Just air down your tires.SO now I've heard both. Is there a downside to 4Lo in sand or just lack of speed?