yeah, it probably wouldn't be a good thing to do.
Personally, If I wanted to do this, I wouldn't use Paddles. I would get some monster style V-grooved tires ( like stampede style tires ), flip them so the V is going the wrong way and then it should pack the sand under the wheel so it rides on top the sand instead of digging into it.
I did this with my T4 when there was snow on the ground using Imex G-Dawgs ( or J-Dawgs? ) and it worked great. With the extra ride height that should keep your truck fairly clean as long as you don't go hog wild.
Is it possible to do this, yes, recommended, NO. Fun ...