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Re: major ice storm NH, USA
On Fri, 9 Jan 1998, glen powell wrote:
> Actually, I did go out quattroing about, but there are soooo many loooow hanging tree
> limbs that you can't really get up any speed between them!
I had the fun of driving right through the affected areas on Friday night
(never let an ice-storm get in the way of a snowboarding weekend) and was
amazed at how well my new A4 handled it. The only way I could get it to
even break loose was by applying the handbrake. Did have a great time
playing rally driver on the snow/ice covered roads of northern Vermont.
I do have one question though, while trying to follow the rather poor
directions to Jay Peak given to me by a friendly Vermont State Trooper, I
had to make a couple U-turns. On one of them, when I hit an especially
slick patch, there was a soft "clunk" coming from what I assume was the
rear differential as the power was re-distributed. Please tell me this is
normal. I would hate to have problems with my new baby.
98 A4Q 2.8