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post #1461 of 1973 (permalink) Old 03-05-2014, 11:57 AM
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I figured i would take some flack.. I drove my Evo as my daily forever and was the best snow car I ever had. Even with my roof rack.. and it used it for more than show...

The Audi is low but not that low. I get through snow pretty well. THat being said being on the east coast winters are hit or miss. I have also torn through Vermont and Maine in my WRX that is also lowered. No issues.
when I say snow I mean this snow.
I actually been thinking about getting a trailer and a snowmobile and go do backcountry snowboarding in the future.

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when I say snow I mean this snow....

... and this snow









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... and this snow
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Took more pics for the pickup site so I'll another here...

Moar brights for deer, elk, antelope. All this pic is missing is mountains.
Factory difflock is getting inconsistent. Thinking about a Detroit TruTrac, kinda worried about the lack of full lockup but everyone recommends em. That and new brake pads this summer I hope. Currently have EBC green but they dust worse than any brakes I've seen. Any thoughts?
Can't even tell what it is! Is she a runner beneath all that white heaven?

I would reccomend some ceramic pads. I put Akebono ceramics on my Benz and they made a world of difference for the dust. It's still dust, but it's not the ugly brown corrosive garbage that ruins your nice chrome shoes on your ride. The stuff from ceramics more or less just wipes off easy.




I was just about to buy one of these a few weeks ago but it slipped through my hands like a greasy shit-rope all the way down to Shit-Luck Broketown.

I live my life one storm at a time.
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Can't even tell what it is! Is she a runner beneath all that white heaven?

I would reccomend some ceramic pads. I put Akebono ceramics on my Benz and they made a world of difference for the dust. It's still dust, but it's not the ugly brown corrosive garbage that ruins your nice chrome shoes on your ride. The stuff from ceramics more or less just wipes off easy.




I was just about to buy one of these a few weeks ago but it slipped through my hands like a greasy shit-rope all the way down to Shit-Luck Broketown.
Must be nice. I drive a Dodge Neon, and can't even afford to get it washed.
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After a good dump at my house in Feb: Found one of my truck before I cleaned the snow off it...and then after I cleaned the snow
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I drive a ridgeline with winter tires, gets me through most stuff. I've got chains and recovery straps in the back when it's not enough. Roof racks are gay, 4 boards and 3 pairs of skis, gear for 5 people, all fit nicely in the bed last weekend. The only thing that didn't fit was the beer and snacks.. that had to go under the back seats for some reason..
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2014 Subaru Outback. A little over a month buying the car, my wife and I took a road trip fro PA to UT.

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Edit: Shown with Nokian Hakkapellita R2's. Real badass tires and came in handy when driving through a 100 miles of snowstorms through Wyoming.

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2014 Subaru Outback. A little over a month buying the car, my wife and I took a road trip fro PA to UT.

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Bought same car, I'm from PA, Bought EPIC 2014/2015 season pass for Colorado , YOU are a Genius
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Bought same car, I'm from PA, Bought EPIC 2014/2015 season pass for Colorado , YOU are a Genius
Haha, great minds think alike...

Epic Pass is an awesome idea, especially if you're driving out there. Was debating weather to get one for next year, but next on my wishlist is Big Sky Montana and Jackson Hole, WY if I were to go on a road trip. Only ~400 miles apart.
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