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Old 03-05-2015, 08:41 PM   #1
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I live in Brooklyn and my 94 GT is snowed in a spot 2 blocks from my house. I hate having it so far away and I can't stop thinking about it. I fee terrible. How am I supposed to emotionally cope with this?
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Simple. You grab a sleeping bag, gather up some twigs/branches, start a little cozy fire and enjoy your little outdoor camping trip with your boo!
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The 8 month old baby would be upset if we went to go sleep in the car...
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Dude I'm with ya. Mine isn't sitting in Brooklyn but it's normally in my garage or in the parking lot where I am. Well I got stuck in the ice today and had to have it towed to a parking lot. So my car is sitting at an Applebee's like a block away from the hotel I am posted up in. I even went out a little bit ago and inspected the roads around where it is and to get to my hotel but I still don't see it happening. It's killing me.
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only thing wrong with mine in the snow are the damn steelies that are mounted to my blizzaks

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I could have used some snow tires today. But honestly I don't see how that would have made that big of a difference. The ice under the snow is what made it impossible to deal with.

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I could have used some snow tires today. But honestly I don't see how that would have made that big of a difference. The ice under the snow is what made it impossible to deal with.

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Lol. I'm thankful we only got mildy pooped on in Richmond. I was sliding all the way home, though. Too much ice topped with slushed ice/snow/rain. Hopefully tomorrows sunshine melts everything.
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Got to get Perelli Pzero Nero they are great and there not that bad in the snow lol


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Um, hate my p zero neros in the snow. 10k miles and 8/32 tread left but I'm seriously considering ditching them before next winter.

They want to hydroplane in heavy rain too, only tire I've driven on that is worse is Goodyear rsa's
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I feel your pain. I use to live in NY and dont miss the snow a bit.
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I live in Brooklyn too, drove my Stang all through winter and snow with my Blizzaks, actually had quite a lot of fun with them.
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Yeah next year I'm going to have to get a spare set of these to run when the snow hits the fan 😵
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Detroit aint much better, the snow is brutal!

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Yea, I managed to find an extra set of Brembo wheels for cheap to put my Blizzaks on. I would have gone with probably 18' wheels if it weren't for those Brembo brakes.
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