Heh Heh, you can't compare 2wd race cars on hard snow to jeeps in 5' of soft snow
Originally Posted by justin credible
Just FYI to the OP; You don't want to air down in the snow, that will make you ride on top of it and decrease traction. If anything you want to overinflate.
The best example I can think of is rally cars. When they do a snow run they use hard compound skinny tires.
You airdown when you're trying to drive, in over 3' of new snow and that does make you float on top--it's a requirement if you wanna go somewhere and not spend all day digging/stuck-
Of course you won't airdown in 1 to 2 ft of snow, just drive carefully and clean the diff. humps when forward motion stops, backup, shovel hump, drive on
Fun in the snow-