Its not impossible to drive our cars in the winter. I do it frequently, just drive slow and drive safe and youll be fine, also mod away!
+1. Winter tires and some weight in the back and you are good to go.I have 3.73 gears and I drove all winter. I added Blizzak LM-25's to my OEM 19" rims and 100 pounds of gravel to the trunk and I was good to go! :bigthumbsup
I'm no stranger to RWD in the snow, just trying to make sure I can get a good set of winter tires in the right size on there. Not being prepared is a big :nono:I have been driving for close to 24 years and with the exception on one car all have been rear wheel drive. If you drive slower and plan your stops in the snow you will be just fine. Mine is a DD also, my last mustang did well in the snow and am sure this one will be just fine as well.
You are correct on that. I looked on the tirerack for some snows for the mustang. The car I have on order (which just made it to the dealer today--woo-hoo!) also has the brembo package. The smallest snow tires the tirerack sells that they claim will fit are 18", but they are quite pricey as there are only like 3 choices in snow tires in that size. But I think for the first time, I will go for a set of dedicated snow tires/wheels.Correct me if I'm wrong, but ideally you want narrower tires for your winter set, correct?
Anyone know of any wheel/tire combo's for winter that fit over the Brembo's?