Here's a pic of my front yard and street taken on Oct 19 last year and Halloween.It started on the 17th but got real cold by the 19th.Tell me if you still think it's to soon.:eyepoppinAnd it didn't melt until April!:doh:BlueStreak03 said:It's a little early for that ain't it?
Yeah I'd love to park it for the winter.But making payments on a car you can't drive for 6 months out of the year isn't an option. We've got some pretty terrible drivers here too. Some days I barely make it out of the driveway before I encounter one. Tailgaters in the playground zone are my favorite.DJOSRS said:haha the easiest thing to do in the winter is to GARAGE IT! Haha, who really wants to put their baby through all the extremly harsh conditions of the winter, not to mention all those idiots who cant drive, then again I live in Northern VA, WORST TRAFFIC AND DRIVERS EVER! Anyone know any great winter tires, as to now I have two sets of extra rims to mount some on haha
Alberta is awesome, I was up there last year. There is very little time there ISNT snow up north
I went with Mustang 6cyl tire size(225/55R16) on 16" universal steel rims from Canadian Tire. The added sidewall height and narrower width gives for a better ride and traction in the cold and snow.Plus the outside diameter is the same as the 245/45R17's so it doesn't affect the way your speedo reads.ranger said:Hey CdVision..
I am planning to buy winter tires for my stang, what size of tires are you using in yours?