Look its just a little guy. Hehe. Looks like you guys had a load of fun one of these days I'll have to join.DESERTDOG said:Here we go again hows Easter weekend last big dune party of the year?
this time i will be pulling a new toyhauler
lol I would but -4X4SoCalTitan said:I'll be heading to El Mirage Saturday the 24th if anyone would like to join. PM me. :cheers:
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faith+1 said:Will it be too hot? Maybe. Id say it would be the last good riding time to go is around the time you are going (Easter is usually the last trip I hear about every year)
2wd could survive at lowered tire pressures and with a 4wd there to rescue you or possibly a Rhino I wouldnt go through the dunes but staying on the sand highway you should be decent. Bring a shovel and some stuff to help you get out - tow rope ect. Remember not to stop till you want to
I made a thread on what to think about with the glamis trip maybe peek at that see if it helps. LINK
If you are for some reason pulled over they will question you on the registration. Otherwise they tend to leave people not doing anything wrong alone.
There are a few people thinking about going so maybe if they start responding here you guys can open a new thread to meet up out there
Quad shop / the Sand Mall in Glamis / the Sand Beach Store in Glamis.TitanRider said:Thanks for the info. Where can I buy a whip.
http://www.glamisdunes.com/index.php?name=mainTitanRider said:I'm planning to head out to glamis for my first time on the second weekend of April. I have a couple questions for anyone that wants to answer. Will it be too hot then? I can handle up to 95. Can a 2wd survive out there? I go riding in johnson valley all the time and there is not many rules for riding out there, I know you need a whip in glamis anything else I need to know? And are the rangers real strict on registration? Also if anyone wants to go you are more than welcome. Thanks in advance for the answers.
I have never been there so I have no idea where I would stay. I want to be as close as possible to the dunes. I have 2 riding buddies that want to go that both have trailers.TitanDuner said:
I would recommend that you guys stay off Gecko road. It is my personal preference and the dunes are easy to get to. your buddies trailers can park right off the road but make sure you don't go to far off the road because the sand will get soft.TitanRider said:I have never been there so I have no idea where I would stay. I want to be as close as possible to the dunes. I have 2 riding buddies that want to go that both have trailers.