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Thread: Snow Driving

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    jonesdallas
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    Snow Driving

    So, Ive been out quite alot playing in the snow. Decided to try a set of sling shots which should be here in a few days.

    But Ive been thinking about techniques for driving thick powder. Whats the best way to power through it with minimal wear n tear?

    Mostly I try high gear no locks, but some times I try my locks n notice it do a lil better but wondering how my locks will hold up?

    I believe most diff damage is done from shocking the system, in other words like hard drops on the suspension, bashing or jumping.

    So my question is should I be using my locks with the high gear?

    Also, what other techniques do you use for snow driving?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonesdallas View Post
    Ive been thinking about techniques for driving thick powder. Whats the best way to power through it with minimal wear n tear?
    Minimize stop and start; don't spin the wheels too much. Keep your momentum going and blaze through. I've learned this just tooling around all winter with my E-Maxx. Still $700 shy from getting my Summit!
    Make it idiot-proof and along comes a better idiot

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