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Yup you don't need traction control for winter driving you have to have good tires and good foot control I have only been stuck in the snow a few times both times when i was in my early 20's now days I hardly ever loose traction even on trucks with now traction control and not much weight in the bed

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I am with bish on this one. Call me a redneck but I like to be up not down by the ground. Course I prefer to not drive on the road anyway. lol

This. But that aside it looks good Dave. I love how stangs(some of them) look and and sound, but i'd never drive one.:thumbsup:

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My older stangs didn't have traction control and they did just fine, but again good snow tires go a long way.

 

All it takes is a good driver really...but Onion might be short one. :lol:

 

That and considering I grew up in 4 feet snow blizzards of Colorado -- and am Female...it certainly doesn't take much to handle a bit of snow. Used to drive around my dad's truck. It's not like it had "magic" tires or the 4wheel drive everyone thinks makes snow go away...but yea...

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All it takes is a good driver really...but Onion might be short one. :lol:

 

Well considering I was 14 when I drove in the snow for the first time, had just learned to drive stick, was in a car that I had never driven before, etc, I'm surprised that I actually managed to get going. Haven't seen snow in 4-5 years now.

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Well considering I was 14 when I drove in the snow for the first time, had just learned to drive stick, was in a car that I had never driven before, etc, I'm surprised that I actually managed to get going. Haven't seen snow in 4-5 years now.

 

So you admit to not knowing what your talking about?

:P

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So you admit to not knowing what your talking about?

:P

 

Partially. :) But I did drive in the rain on bald tires on two rwd cars, one without traction control. I can imagine it being similar with snow.

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Partially. :) But I did drive in the rain on bald tires on two rwd cars, one without traction control. I can imagine it being similar with snow.

It's not similar at all. :P

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It's not similar at all. :P

 

No traction in either scenario, sounds similar to me. :teehee: XD

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No traction in either scenario, sounds similar to me. :teehee: XD

Even less traction than no traction haha

Black ice is an amazing thing too.

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quote name='Onion' timestamp='1339868622' post='2032641']

It already is useless in the winter. Rear wheel drive sports cars wont get you very far.

 

I drove around a 89 Chevy Caprice Classic with bald tires an entire winter and never lost traction or got stuck.

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