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Old 11-11-2011, 12:57 PM
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Originally Posted by MADDOG View Post
I've done it to quite a few sets of highway and all terrain tires. It does work!

However, if you are going too fast for the conditions, make abrupt throttle or brake inputs, and generally drive without regards to the conditions, nothing is gonna help ya...
I have 3 4x4/all wheel drive vehicles. All get Snow tires(Pirelli Scorpion Ice/Snow)in the winter. Just never had M/T tires. Last winter the Toyo could not go up my driveway with about 7" of snow where my other allwheel drive with Pirelli Snow tires had no problem. We get a lot of snow up by our Mountain home and wanted to find a way to utilize the Toyo's when the snow falls. All about driving appropriately to the conditions.
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