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post #558 of (permalink) Old 11-24-2010, 04:49 PM
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Originally Posted by mikemounlio View Post
Its all about how you drive what you have. Its not what you have. Last year i took my 96 mercury cougar out and used it to pull other people out of ditches. It was a v8 and rwd. I drove my festiva everywere with out getting stuck to bad that i couldnt get out my self. I carry a shovel in the winter just cause my car sits low.

Man do i get a kick outta helping lifted 4x4 jeeps out of the snow with my rwd mercury.

I make it a goal to put as many hours drivein in the snow as i can to get myself ready for out west. O and its just fun

1.Lying on the internet doesn't impress anyone. Your 1996 RWD Mercury Cougar didnt help anyone out of the snow, certainly not a bunch of 4x4 jeeps.

2. YES, It matters A LOT what you drive actually. The type of vehicle, drivetrain, tire, etc. So your statement is baffling.

3.Please dont bring your Mercury Cougar out west, its gonna end up a ditch ornament any where with snow.
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