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I was wondering why you are not allowed to have dually's on the beach at assateague. Other beaches allow them and other reports I have read about them say how good they go in sand and they straddle the ruts instead of digging them deeper. Let me know what you guys think of this rule?

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That is the only reason I didn't get a dual rear..

A long time ago (20 years), I heard that NPS thought duals tore up the beach. I can't figure that one out....

I see no proof of it elsewhere.

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I upgraded my 86 pick-up to a 02 dually and my ride with the camper to the beach is a lot safer. It would be nice if I didn't have to rip my outer tire off when I get there. Because I have yet to meet anyone who disagrees with me or even has a valid argument against duallys, is there a possibility to change that rule.

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I would start with the powers-to-be at Assateague.

Ask them the same questions.

Don't stop until you get an answer.

They had a change in Supers there I think about two years ago, I'm told the new Skipper is a pretty good guy.

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