I can not wait to get out in the snow tomorrow. This is the first chance I have to get a feel for AWD.
hell yeah!! gonna air out 5lbs from the Blizzaks...... so I can drive circles around all the ******** & there diesels with my 2WD element...
have fun guys & be safe........
Good info there Dom,Take care now Pat! That works well on sand, not so well in snow. Taking air out allows you to stay on top of the sand/snow. What happens is the tread develops a concave surface with low pressure. The sand stays under the tire, instead of being pushed to the side. that keeps the car/truck from digging down and becoming stuck to the pavement. What you want with snow is to dig through to the pavement. That's the reason good sand tires are wider than most, and good snow tires are thinner than most. You want the tire to dig!
yea that is important information.:shock:Dom, thanks, but I'm aware........I actually usually run slightly over pressure to get better fuel mileage during dry seasons.... I run snows all year round..... should have mentioned that beforehand so no one else does what I do Pat