Beach Buggy builds?

Wkaz

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It seems everyone is building JEEPS to go rock crawling, mountain climbing or playing in the woods. Not much for either of those in my area that are legal, but I can go to the beach at the drop of a dime. Anyone specifically build for the beach. I would love to see some beach builds.





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BernJLUR

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My build isn’t beach-specific, but I do believe that the beach Jeeping community is a niche group that is largely overlooked. Not a lot of rock crawling on the coastal FL sandy trails. My favorite thing to do is strip the Jeep naked and cruise to and around the local beaches and towns.

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Mine will most likely only see beach duty up here in MA. Trying to figure out a good beach-appropriate build for it now. Additional storage will be right at the top of the list I know.
 

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Agreed, you are pretty much ready to go off the showroom floor once you air down.

As you probably know most places on the cape have air-up stations but you'll want something on-board so you can go to the places w/o stations (like high head), or so that you don't have to wait in a line.

You'll need the required equipment: jacking board, shovel, tow rope, etc. but they all have a similar list (18"x18" jacking board should cover them all), and of course an OSV sticker for the National Seashore and each town beach.

My favorites are:

Cape Cod National Seashore
Nauset
Sandy Neck
 
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Agreed, you are pretty much ready to go off the showroom floor once you air down.

As you probably know most places on the cape have air-up stations but you'll want something on-board so you can go to the places w/o stations (like high head), or so that you don't have to wait in a line.

You'll need the required equipment: jacking board, shovel, tow rope, etc. but they all have a similar list (18"x18" jacking board should cover them all), and of course an OSV sticker for the National Seashore and each town beach.

My favorites are:

Cape Cod National Seashore
Nauset
Sandy Neck
I had sandy neck years ago before hurricane BOB. All three stickers must add up.
 

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