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  • About Chemicalguy
    Baden Ontario Canada
  • My Truck
    XLT 4x2
    trailer tow pkg
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    my other Charger is a F150!


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  • Last Activity: 11-04-2013 02:00 PM
  • Join Date: 08-16-2012


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  1. 09-27-2012 09:01 PM - permalink
    thanks for the info , think my truck is identical to yours I have a set of new Sailun Iceblazers LT2 very aggressive .
  2. CDC5.0
    09-27-2012 10:59 AM - permalink
    It was pretty good although we didn't get a very good winter last year, I have a 3.31 open diff but the traction control really helps to keep the truck in line. I have cooper discovery snows for it and didn't need any weight in the bed. Like driving a rwd car just be cautious and don't over step your limits. Best thing I can recommend is when you get your first real good snow fall take the truck to a big empty parking lot and get a feel for exactly what it takes to break it loose with and with out the traction control, that will really help you understand how it is in the snow. Plus its a lot of fun haha.

    I got stuck only two times last year. Once with a 800lb ATV in the bed and 2 more on a trailer behind starting at the bottom of an inclined driveway covered in basically ice, a little sand underneath the rear wheels and it crawled right up. Second time was in a flat drive way with about 8 inches of soft snow around all 4 tires, rocked it 3 times and it jumped out no problem.
  3. CDC5.0
    09-24-2012 08:53 AM - permalink
    Sorry for the late reply, but yes it is a 2wd

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