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Has anyone tried driving in snow with 502's by snow I mean more than slush.I just wonder what to expect. lets see put 1000 lbs of sand bags in the back,is your LSD good? YA man look at the colors and trails opps that was the 60's LSD works fine tires are new :shock: Any imput from those with experience I would appreciate

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They do allright. We only have snow on the roads for 5-6 days out of the year, so I dont have need for another set. I personally never got stuck, but it wasn't really excited about grip... They will get you to work and back if thats all you need. I did it with about 300# in the back in about an inch of snow on the roads, but it was under 20F so there was no slush-age.

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Terry Again said:
Has anyone tried driving in snow with 502's by snow I mean more than slush
well, yeah, they are M&S rated... my Supra was the only car I had to get back and forth from work last winter, I don't trust them at all past 25 MPH and forget it on hills.

overall, I'm pretty happy the way they performed on snow, I wasn't late to work once.

If I had thought about it, I would have gotten a set of L-Types and put 195s on them. that would help tremendously in cutting through the snow.

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All four corners?
 

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Yes I have tires on all four corners driving on the brake rotors is to hard on them don't ask how many times I've had to replace 'em before I got my social security disablity check to buy 4 new 502's in 225 60 14 size.the wet/dry traction is so much better than the brake rotors :shocked!:
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