First snow!

Discussion in 'General Tacoma Discussion' started by MamaTurtle27, Nov 30, 2019.

  1. MamaTurtle27

    MamaTurtle27 Member

    Snow in the forecast for Monday, can’t wait to see how my Taco handles in it.
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  3. fishnwiz

    fishnwiz Well-Known Member

    I bought one last year, first 4x4, first year we haven’t had any snow
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  4. OR17TRD

    OR17TRD Well-Known Member

    It’s a Toyota 4x4 it will so good.
    That said... Tires are a big contributor to how a vehicle handles in snow/ice.
    Driver experience plays a big part as well.
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  5. Scott Wyman

    Scott Wyman Well-Known Member

    Drive safe. Just because you have a 4x4 doesnt mean you throw safety out the window.
  6. OP

    MamaTurtle27 Member

    I’m coming from a Camry before the truck which was horrible in snow and we have major hills in my neighborhood. Just looking forward to not being stuck.
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  7. Coldrider

    Coldrider Member

    4x4 will help you go but it won't help you stop.
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  8. bdarnold12

    bdarnold12 Well-Known Member

    ^^^^^^^^ we don't get much snow around here but when we do all the 4x4 retards gotta get out and show how fast they can get thru the snow. I call them retards because they don't think about having to stop.
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  9. 88e30m50

    88e30m50 Active Member

    Snow tires are the key to getting around with a lot of snow. I used to run a set of Blizzaks on my Tundra and that old girl could go just about anywhere. Our Subaru was a tank in any snow that I could test it with and that was running Blizzaks as well. I have a photo of the car at the shooting range in snow deep enough to have been plowed a bit by the air dam. Snow tires make a huge difference in any vehIcle but AWD or 4WD vehicles really shine with a set.
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