The trick is purpose winter tires. I use the Firestone Winterforce tires in size 225/60-18 on all four corners. They are not that expensive and grip snow & ice really well. For unplowed snow deeper than 5 inches, I'll add a Tupperware-type container with two 50 pound bags of sand in the trunk. I can go anywhere (on the roads) in the snow. My tires are mounted to extra OEM R/T rims that I got second hand.
Just take the snow tires off before the temperatures average more than 60 degrees for more than a day or two. The soft rubber feels squishy if it gets too warm out (plus they will wear quickly).
2015 R/T 23G, 6-Speed Tremec (ordered
- currently in "D1" status)
Mods: Skip Shift Eliminator (future)
2009 R/T 27F, 6-Speed Tremec
Mods: Skip Shift Eliminator, Hood Struts, Functional Hood Scoops, RPI Designs Mud Flaps, Cabin Air Filter, OEM Sound Group II
Last edited by bwbike; 12-23-2012 at 02:08 PM.