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Car: 2006 Chrysler Midnite Blue 300c CRD Touring
Join Date: Aug 2012
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Well, I got my chance to test things in the snow today - we had about 4" - and it seems you were mostly correct, better than I'd feared though but not good.
OK as long as you don't want to change direction or, God forbid, go up a slope of any kind. A large improvement on my previous Chrysler, a Voyager, though I couldn't recommend it for winter travel in anywhere with regular snow falls.
I've got P7s on though, are they any better with other tyres?
EGR Valve (35k), Swirl Motor and seals(55k), Billet Tec catch can (60k), MTEC discs, calipers, EBC pads, handbrake shoes and all fittings (75k), new inlet gaskets and turbo seals [again] (90k) ,re-built front suspension, new alternator and shield (100k) New n/s front door handle