Internet service permitting, more pics to follow on our Baja adventure.
Has not been a serious problem for me - I do get some dust around the rear door seal if it was a particularly dusty road. I think "dust intrusion" has been discussed in another thread and I seem to remember that the major culprit was a improperly adjusted rear door latch.Got a question though , how's the dust intrusion in the interior ?
Wow, Steve. You're travelers after our hearts . . . . however, after the depicted "reversing muffler" episode pictured here, the co-pilot offers lots of 'commentary' whenever the wheels leave the pavement (or as she might put it, 'leave the road'):Well my penchant for "off the main road" excursions finally overwhelmed - hey, I just can't help it. ?
It's a lot steeper than it looks in these photos, with about 10 inches of "talcum powder" sand over rock.]
I'm now running Cooper AT3 245/70/16 tires - aired down to 30psi on the worst of these Baja roads. I do think the slightly wider tire and the more aggressive tread help in these difficult situations.I am SUPER HAPPY to see your van on these types of backcountry roads. Are you using the OE tires or did you change them out? Keep up with the photos!