This is a great pic !
Do you have the Super Track Pack Goodyear F1 245/45ZR/20 summer tires?I went into work last night at 9pm. I thought to myself "I'll take the car out one last time before winter really comes. I checked the weather before I left and it had a 10% chance of rain and well I took the chance. Around 1230pm the ice storm came and never stopped. I live 40 miles from work and I must say this car handled much better than I expected. I started out in 2nd gear and it went where I pointed it. I had to stop on a slight incline and the car kicked side ways a little bit but it wasn't horrible. "When in doubt throttle out" haha. Although I hate that I had to drive it in an ice storm I am very please and some what intrigued with this car. Not to mention the heated seats were awesome! Way better than my 97 wrangler lol. On the way home I stopped by the gas station to top off and snapped this pic. Kinda cool in my opinion.
Hopefully I won't make a habit of this.
Come on down brother! There's plenty of nice weather down here so you can drive your Challenger all year long. :smileup:That's why I'm retiring to SC in 2 - 3 years to get the heck out of winter. I've had too much for my taste over the years. Just bought some land in SC - can't wait!
No I ditched those poor excuse for tires after a few burnouts at 10k miles. Those were the worst tires I've ever had on a vehicle.Do you have the Super Track Pack Goodyear F1 245/45ZR/20 summer tires?
Do you have the Super Track Pack Goodyear F1 245/45ZR/20 summer tires?
Too bad.No I ditched those poor excuse for tires after a few burnouts at 10k miles. Those were the worst tires I've ever had on a vehicle.
i had a hard time keeping traction on any surface and they would throw sand and rocks all over the car. I could hear it the rocks bounce off the car at low speeds. I bought thin mid flaps to help until I could afford different tires. Good luck this winter.Too bad.
I'm hoping to use them year round, until they wear out. :sad:
I've never owned a 370 but I would imagine the challenger handles a ton better. This thing weighs 4000lbs. Some guys on here have 2 sets of Wheels/tires. One for summer and one for winter. I hear blizzaks are a good snow tire for these cars. If i didn't have a beater jeep I'd have a set of blizzaks for winter. Get a challenger you won't regret it.I have a 2009 370Z I'm thinking about trading in on a Challenger (I have 4 Mopars from the 1960s so it makes sense) and it won't go anywhere in snow or ice period. Won't slide or slip because it won't even go at all. Just spins. So naturally I was wondering how a Challenger might handle a little snow. This helps.