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what is snow again....>:)
 

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. . . I’m going to head out and see how the all-seasons perform soon.
Just be aware that all-season tires will not work as well as a purpose use snow tire. You will have limited traction in deep snow. The good news is that our cars are heavy and will help. A limited-slip rear will help too.

I had four snow tires on my 2009 R/T and it was excellent in the snow. They were mounted on OEM take-off rims that I purchased. I never tried it in the snow with the stock all-season tires on it.
 

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Oh no no no :D

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what is snow again....>:)
Ah, I am more than happy to educate you about what is snow!

Snow cover is a part of the cryosphere, which traces its origins to the Greek word kryos for frost. Snow is precipitation in the form of ice crystals. It originates in clouds when temperatures are below the freezing point (0 degrees Celsius, or 32 degrees Fahrenheit) when water vapor in the atmosphere condenses directly into ice without going through the liquid stage. Once an ice crystal has formed, it absorbs and freezes additional water vapor from the surrounding air, growing into a snow crystal or snow pellet, which then falls to Earth.

https://nsidc.org/cryosphere/snow

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I slept better when she was all covered up.


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Ah, I am more than happy to educate you about what is snow!

Snow cover is a part of the cryosphere, which traces its origins to the Greek word kryos for frost. Snow is precipitation in the form of ice crystals. It originates in clouds when temperatures are below the freezing point (0 degrees Celsius, or 32 degrees Fahrenheit) when water vapor in the atmosphere condenses directly into ice without going through the liquid stage. Once an ice crystal has formed, it absorbs and freezes additional water vapor from the surrounding air, growing into a snow crystal or snow pellet, which then falls to Earth.

https://nsidc.org/cryosphere/snow

>:)>:)>:)>:)>:)
Looks fluffy too!


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I have shrinkage :surprise:

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No garage queen here, but this is as close to the snow that I've been! :|................4th of July cruise through Rocky Mountain National Park.
 

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Ah, I am more than happy to educate you about what is snow!

Snow cover is a part of the cryosphere, which traces its origins to the Greek word kryos for frost. Snow is precipitation in the form of ice crystals. It originates in clouds when temperatures are below the freezing point (0 degrees Celsius, or 32 degrees Fahrenheit) when water vapor in the atmosphere condenses directly into ice without going through the liquid stage. Once an ice crystal has formed, it absorbs and freezes additional water vapor from the surrounding air, growing into a snow crystal or snow pellet, which then falls to Earth.

https://nsidc.org/cryosphere/snow

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I was gonna say that.
 

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heh, no freaking way. Mine is up on the lift, covered and on a battery tender. No snow for my ride. Its not even really the snow I'm worried about. Its the damn salts and chemicals they put on the roads.
 

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No snow for mine it's put away for the winter Like Skeet shooter said its the salt and crap that I worry about. My 2001 Jeep handles the DD duty
 

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The Mopar mudflaps do seem to help.but the lip spoiler catches a lot of slop.
 

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Hey Spoolboy - Greetings from O’fallon MO. Good to see another local member on the forums.


-and i'll drive in the snow.. but so far have been able to keep her dry this winter.
 
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