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RE: Descending Icy Hills
I live in Incline Village, Nevada (Lake Tahoe) and I have a set of
studded snow tires for all four corners on my '87 5KCSQ. These tires
are awesome when there is ice, it feels like the car is on rail-road
tracks! I would strongly recommend a set of studded snows for anyone
who lives in area where snow or ice are encountered. I guarantee it
will be an investment you be glad you made!
Incline Village, Nevada (North Lake Tahoe)
'91 Jeep Cherokee Laredo 4x4
'86 GMC K-2500 Suburban 4x4
>From: Nick Deutsch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Date: Tue, 3 Dec 1996 10:35:34 -0500 (EST)
>Subject: Re: Descending Icy Hills
>A word of warning: GO VERY CAREFULLY on ice, quattro or non q. Nothing
>really works well on ice-I just found out last week in my 90 Q.WITH snow
>tires. I was on ice (unexpectedly), perhaps going a touch faster than I
>should have been, and the next thing I know I was sliding into the
>guardrail...Nothing serious, but bucks out of my pocket as my insurance
>is sort of full.
>Slow down, be in low gear and lightly use the brakes, be alert with
>steering-that should work in my opinion.
>Nick D. 90 Q 20 valves