You haven't experienced sand until you've experienced sugar sand.
My truck doesn't usually get stuck in 2wd in sand, but it's not ideal, I have to give it alot more hell, and alot of times it'll come to a stop and bury.
I;ve been wheeling since I was 13, on quads and in 4wds, I've been through desert powder, sugar sand clay etc. The sand ALWAYS is a *****, if you're locked it's not as bad. even if you're open rear and have 4wd it's still better than a 4x1. :-P
You will more than likely get stuck in sand, if you are creeping.
I don't know about you, but personally, I'd rather not be flying through the woods out here just to make it, I like creeping, safer and easier on my back and truck.
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