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Thread: Fun in the Snow

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    Default Fun in the Snow

    WooHoo!!! Got to do my first real set of Donuts on the snow and ice in my frist rear wheel drive vehicle. So much better than ebraking a front wheel drive vehicle
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    While your out having fun keep in mind that many trucks are rolled every year when the drivers are doing donuts in parking lots and suddenly catch traction.

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    i could see that happening in the k5 when the rear end is locked....but man dont she come around quick!!!:na:but yes oh yes shes top heavy...

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    Locked R/R's are even worse, three years ago I rolled an 88 Toyota pickup that had a Lincoln locker in the rear. I was being stupid in the yard behind my shop and doing donuts on ice and snow about the second revolution she caught and rolled over twice, it wasnt bad because she was a beater trail truck with so much previous damage that you couldnt see where it rolled but a passerby saw me roll and called the Fire Department and Police, I was a little embarrassed when they showed up and started looking for the "terrible rollover accident". They were cool once I explained to them what happened, they even laughed about it, but it cost me a box of donuts and a pot of coffee to get them to leave.

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    thats what im saying...alot of times in the snow i wish i could just spin one...that thing has me lookin like a fool sometimes ...@ss end swinging back and forth... oh well time for four wheel and go for it

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    I am aware of the troubles that can occur while having some fun.

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    Wow way to kill Stouffer's buzz with the holier-than-thou attitude.

    Hey Stouffer, here's somethin for ya buddy. I love drifting my truck down the road to work during snowstorms. I work landscaping so I'm usually leaving the house at 2 a.m. for the shop, before the City plows are out yet and I get to have all the fun

    Here is the suicide knob on my steering wheel. I slip my index and middle finger underneath this baby on either side and fishtail back and forth, sometimes sideways, down the road! excellent fun! just have to know what you're doing!

    Anyways, dont drink the Hatorade buddy, i'm with ya!
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    of course now your route to work will be fully plowed and sanded with speedtraps........

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    It's alright... that's how some of the good stories start out..

    "So I was in this totally empty parking lot doing doughnuts one night...."

    Glad you had fun. Stay safe!

    "The Sarge"
    1999 Chevy Suburban LT- K2500
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    305/70/16 on Eagle Alloy

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    Yeah just my luck eh?

    Last week I was going through an intersection when I hit a plow ridge, which threw me into the oncoming lane of traffic and i passed a plow going sideways while he looked at me like :O!!

    My buddy was following me in his grand prix GTP and when i came to a stop he rolled up and put the window down and goes 'DUDE THAT WAS AWESOME!!'


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