4vertical wrote:i would think the v type tires would do really well. There were a lot of people running them an sandrails at the dunes. I also saw several people run them backwards in the dunes when i was there.
You need the biggest, widest, soft compound 2 or 3 ply tire you can fit on the cart. I don't mean 18" tires, lift that cart up and go with at least 22", bigger is better.
You need the biggest foot print you can get to stay on top of the sand, its not the wet packed sand you get stuck in, its the powder sand that will suck up a cart to the frame. The cart doesn't have enough power to power through it so you need to stay on top of it.
Big balloon tires with next to no air in them, if they are directional or a v-tread tire do like 4vertical said. turned them around backwards (makes them stay on top of the sand).
All Trails suck in powder sand, they are to hard of a compound, I'd go with atv knobbies, 3ply 489's, maybe strykers just to name a few. Also steel wheels are wider and make the tires have a better foot print.