drtygurl said:What is everyones ride height in the winter?
I have a 4" drop....should I raise it up?
Nothing like totally ****ing up the suspension geometrydrtygurl said:i live in st.catharines, on...which is basically niagara falls. we are about a 10 minute drive from the falls. we have had days where we have gotten like 2ft of snow. it all varys.
4" is awesome! lol i can't even fit a popcan under it! lol
Pizza cutters are where it's at in the snow. Maybe even some studded tires.TAK82 said:wide tire's aren't very suitable for winter driving..
they have to plow through the snow with what little grip they have from their sipeless tread..
skinny tire's like 175/70/r13 are better in snow since they're skinny profle allow's them to slice through the snow and aid inbetter traction
gotta love all the snow up this way here eh!jkrswld said:Damn girl that's just out of control. I'm from a little south of you in the UP (hooray america). Stock height still made me a snow plow from time to time (in my 91 Excel I had....).
I vote go back to stock - and then in spring/summer maybe just drop it 2 inches. How smashed up does your front/sides get from driveways/speedbumps?
Platinum6316 said:Correction: Up here they are Pop cans
Soda is "soda water" without flavour, Pop is everything else.
You Americans (j/k)