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Old 10-29-2012, 02:36 PM   #1
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Is anyone driving in snow this winter?
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Old 10-29-2012, 02:44 PM   #2
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Yepp. Blizzaks on the stock 17s.
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I might be, coming back from an overseas deployment to whats suppose to be a cold and long winter!
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My blizzacks are awesome kinda small but does the job really good

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I might be, coming back from an overseas deployment to whats suppose to be a cold and long winter!
Hope your not coming to Minot ND lol
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Yep, hopefully.... Just not in my stang.... The explorer will get the call when it snows!
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My blizzacks are awesome kinda small but does the job really good

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Hope your not coming to Minot ND lol
This is my first year with them, any tips reviews or info you can give?
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Well first review on the tires is that they are far better than all season tires. The way I drive in snow is easy starts and slow stops that's the best way. Always use traction unless your stuck in a rut then floor it to melt the ice/snow. Don't get over confident and never trust any other driver on the road. If your car is tuned try running a lower tune and also try weight in the rear but that's not always needed. If you have a manual and you start to lose control push in the clutch and make slight adjustments to the steering wheel
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