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  1. Snow Plow

    Do-It-Yourself / Mods
    Does anyone have experience connecting a home-use snowplow to the E? I have a 2008 and am looking into it. So far, I've found this 'HomePlow Basic' from AutoAnything - http://www.autoanything.com/winter-driving/homeplow-basic-snow-plow It says that I will need a Class III 2” front receiver...
  2. Goodyear DuraTrac's 225/75R/16

    Tires, Wheels and Suspensions
    They fit, and they're incredible. I was running Cooper AT3's of the same size, but opted for the much more aggressive tread of the DuraTrac's. I live in Tahoe, and definitely appreciate not needing chains, nor slipping and sliding around on the roads. This pic was taking after romping through...
  3. New Michelin LTX M/S2's on my E. Lovin' them.

    Tires, Wheels and Suspensions
    Hey All, After much help from this forum, I finally replaced my E's shoes with some new Michelin LTX M/S2's at 225/70/16 from TireRack.com. They fit nicely and don't rub on turns. I live in Chicago and it has been snowing for 5 days straight. The Michelin's have been performing admirably...
  4. What are the differences between the Element & Pilot 4WD systems?

    Under The Hood / Performance
    I just wanted to know what the differences between the Element & Pilot 4WD systems. Also, which system would be better in deeper snow? My street seems like it is always the last to get plowed & I am at the bottom of the hill. Poor me.:|
  5. Snow Tracks for E

    Tires, Wheels and Suspensions
    I stumbled across this video and have not been able to get the idea out of my head for finding the right size track to fit on my E. The opportunities these tracks would give for exploration and general mischief in nature would be AWESOME. Especially up here in Alaska with our majority of the...
  6. Alternative to snow cables suitable for Element

    Tires, Wheels and Suspensions
    Last year, I went up to Mammoth for a dog mushing trip with friends. I was given some snow chains (cable style) that were never used. The people that gave them to me bought them for an Element, so I knew they were the right kind. What a disaster!! I wound up taking them off because the cables...
  7. Calling all Colorado/Mountain E drivers

    Shoppin' and Test Drivin'
    Hi all! I'm a first timer so apologies if I haven't posted this in the right section. I've just moved to Denver from London, England and have been in love with the Element for years. Since we don't get much snow in London, but we do in Colorado I've been reading up about the whole FWD v AWD...
  8. Moab adventures

    Off The Beaten Path....
    I had a chance to make a few trips in thE this fall but am just getting around to putting up a few images. These are from when I was in Moab, Utah in October. Spent time in Arches NP, Canyonlands, NP, Deadhorse, SP and drove up into the La Sal Mountains. Here are a few pics from the red...
  9. 2wd or 4wd?

    Shoppin' and Test Drivin'
    Firs off, sorry if this is a re-post. Went looking, but did not find anything. I am sold on the EX, but I am not sure about the 2wd or 4wd. I have only test driven the 4wd. I live in Houston, TX, so NO SNOW, and no hills. The sun roof is a mixed blessing. it gets real hot here, so better...
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