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Old 12-27-2004, 10:29 AM
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12" of Snow - Didn't have to shovel

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Drove right out of my driveway, right through the 3' pile of snow left by the plow truck. Made it tow work on time.

And my wife thought 37" tires was overkill.
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Old 12-29-2004, 12:57 PM
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no such thing as overkill when it comes to tire size !!
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Wish you had a picture of that! :-)
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haha and i got 30 iinchers on my 97 250 powerstroke, i got a limited slip rear end... drove right through a 4' bank of snow in 2wd, drove around in 2wd, and pulled a toyota corrola out of the snow in 2wd.... wow am i ever going to need 4wd?? never been stuck once!!
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Cool. Doesn't sound like you'll ever need 4wd. There is definitely something to be said for momentum!!
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i hate those piles they leave at the end of your driveway
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