2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.7 V8 Grabber AT2
2013 Dodge Durango Hemi AWD
1936 Chevy Pickup Hotrod
Could use some snow about now, or at least some cooler temps!!
Didn't have a lot of snow last year.
Winter is always a good time to hit the trails, have a bon fire, and grill some brats!
Not to mention, have some Ice Races!
It all depends on snow conditions. With reasonably compactable snow, large tires at LOW air pressures it doesn't really matter how much snow there is. Slope is generally the thing that stops you. You either can stick to the sidehill or can't make it up a steep enough slope. In the right conditions and terrain you can go some really amazing places....
Project: Doitall Dodge
My Unimog camper thoughts and ideas....
Snow bashing in the west desert. Snow was deeper than my tires which consisted of street tires in the rear and bald MTs in the front. Warning: turbo diesel porn.
Single track, and another vehicle was coming down the hill. Knowing we could always winch ourselves out if need be, we drove up on the snowbank to let the other rig go past. Ended up not being able to drive out of it, so we winched.
The only time I drove in snow, I found out my 4wd didn't work in my 4Runner. Then I traded it for a Jeep.
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Kind of a slow winter this year, but this is a spring time pic going to a camp. About 3 ft still packed underneath.
2001 Jeep XJ, 3" rough country AAL, +1" shackle/ 1" spacer and 31's, built front/ rear bumpers/ tire carrier/ roof rack/ limb risers, dynomax catback, spectre intake, tomken gas tank skid. 8.8 w/ 3.73's and other extras.