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Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by muscl car, Dec 7, 2018 at 1:31 PM.
The Iron Duke 4cyl is getting a good workout, sounds like the driver has the loud pedal on the floorboard !!!!!!
If it's continually moving forward...why stop and lose all that forward momentum?...LOL
I'm not from a area that gets alot of snow but have read online in forums the best way to gain forward momentum is slow steady throttle input
This video shows the wrong way as it's hard on the transmission and drive tires
lol....our tax dollars at work right there!!!!!
i might be wrong ...iirc almost
EVERY automatic trnny since the late 90's....has a manual 2nd gear..... if mail carrier had simply applied this basic driving instruction..... pull it in 2nd....and EASE on the pedal.....this would have a been a 15 second video.....
Slow and easy... Don't get the tires hot and keep rolling forward.
Once the tires get warm, the compacted snow gets a water glaze on it and you don't move.
Back up and use the tracks you made to get momentum again.
2wd S-10's always sucked in the snow.
I had an S-10 with a 355 in it, I would just stand on the gas...fast moving tires would keep the treads clear, no fear of any snow being packed into the treads...LOL
Terry is right, once that packed snow gets melted from the heat of the tires, it's over unless you back up into the cleared tracks and get another running start.
Neither rain, nor snow, nor lack of driving skills, nor 2wd, nor lack of chains, or studded sawdust recaps shall keep these couriers from their appointed rounds.
I always filled the bed of my ss s-10 w snow. Was ok until started to melt & slammed back & forth in bed!
I carry a bucket of sand/cement mix (no gravel). Works well.