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2. Will the 20" rims would prove to be a problem? I don't like the 20" rims for offroading and haven't done much offroading since I got this truck. Just curious if anyone has any thoughts. I am not buying new tires and rims for this trip. Just don't want to get out there and find they are just too 'highway' for these trails.
3. Other than some superficial scratching (I know, I am sounding like a total wuss here, but I really beat up my last vehicle and am trying to not do as much damage), is the desert pin striping everyone is talking about anything that typically can't be buffed out?
95% percent of desert pinstripping can be buffed, but you never know. On the 20" wheels, thats not much sidewall to absorb the hits but if you dive slow, you should be ok. As with anything offroad, there are no guarantees. Take your time slow down and see the sights.Also, have you thought about having a clear "wrap" done to the sides? You wouldn't have to wrap the whole truck, just the sides. That would save the paint and once the wrap gets too scratched up, peal it off and you got new paint.
I found the video below. The road seems quite mild now that I can see it some. I guess I have seen too many of the unmaintained road videos haha. Thank you for the replies. I look forward to seeing the park, sounds and looks like an awesome place.So can anyone compare this road to the Guale Mesa road in terms of my previous question?
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