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#1 (permalink) Old 11-27-2011, 04:58 AM
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This is how to drive up an icy hill in RWD Car

Just a video of my Brother getting his Town car up a slope with some pretty good driving last winter.
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Re: This is how to drive up an icy hill in RWD Car

LOL That was some good driving!


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Re: This is how to drive up an icy hill in RWD Car

45 degrees!?!?!?!? I think not!!!

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Re: This is how to drive up an icy hill in RWD Car

He did nothing special. It's all in the tires and weight. And no...that is't 45 degrees.
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Re: This is how to drive up an icy hill in RWD Car

Its suppose to be a funny video, hes not gonna break out his protractor and get the exact measurement.


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Re: This is how to drive up an icy hill in RWD Car

I see guys like that in the ditch all the time in my neighborhood.
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nice controlled rally drift all the way up there. If he wants to get rid of that problem though all he has to do is get a set of Blizzaks or Nokians and he could walk right up there.
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Its suppose to be a funny video, hes not gonna break out his protractor and get the exact measurement.
Except there was nothing funny about it.
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Re: This is how to drive up an icy hill in RWD Car

Wow it was just supposed to be a video of his brother power sliding his way up an icy hill... Like you guys have never said anything that wasn't entirely true? Give the guy a break... This is the off topic section so everything here isn't going to be 100% factual. It's a good slide and a good climb in a car that weighs 4,000 pounds on street tires. I found it entertaining watching him wriggle his way up the hill.


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PRJ, that was funny!

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Re: This is how to drive up an icy hill in RWD Car

You guys see that fed ex guy split after seeing those cars Haha that's funny. Idk if that was a Chevy or Ford at the end but he bad it the worst is say. One thing I wouldn't have done is gun it while he was going backwards not like he was going to get any traction



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Re: This is how to drive up an icy hill in RWD Car

YAY lets continue to hold the brake pedal and keep our wheels locked up because that seems to improve handling 2098420983240923408%
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Re: This is how to drive up an icy hill in RWD Car

Last year I when down the hill near my house and did a full 360 all the way down. Some people where standing outside when it happened and I said "Be careful! that hill it wicked slick today!" It was fun XD

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