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Old 01-14-2013, 10:41 AM   #22
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how are the temperatures right now? In pasadena it was 28 degree's.
It was 15 degrees when i left for work this morning so big bear was easily in the single digits the news said it was going to get to 1 degree in big bear last night but not sure if it got that cold or not
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Old 01-14-2013, 04:02 PM   #29
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I've done a 180 on those tires before (315/75/16) up in Big Bear though it was black ice and not snow.
Yeah I felt the rear end kick out, but the trac control kept it straight. I've hit plenty of black ice so far.
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Yeah I felt the rear end kick out, but the trac control kept it straight. I've hit plenty of black ice so far.
Happened a long time ago middle of the night during a snow storm and I was going a tad too fast on the turns trying to get back to my cabin. I was in a 01 Silverado which had no trac control and all I could do is control the skid to a snow bank.
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I was thinking of going in the next couple weeks are chains absolutley necessary?

i have 4x2 btw
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Only thing funnier than not being able to go up the hill because lack of chains is not being able to go home because lack of chains.
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