|05-26-2013, 09:21 AM||#15|
I've been driving my 2LT since 2009 in the snow. I have a set of Pirelli scorpion ice and snow tires on OEM 20" wheels.
I was even able to get it moving during the groundhog day blizzard. To do that though I had to turn off traction control to get it moving and once I had the momentum in the deep snow, I turned it back on. It is counter intuitive.
Only issues I have with the salt is you need to remove the defenderworx backup light bezels if you have them as they pit up badly, and the highwing spoiler washers under the trunk tend to rust.
I have since painted the spoiler washers with some rustoleum to see if that fixes that and I just take off the bezels for the winter.
The exhaust needs a good polish in the spring, but the car is like a tank in the snow. I get a chuckle as I can pass people with all seasons easily while they spin at the lights.
Check out my Camaro http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=84133
|05-27-2013, 08:14 PM||#17|
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