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winter wheeling in Colorado sucks… I’ve tried two separate places ones… won’t do it again.
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here’s my reason…. Spent over 2 hours trying to keep a fellow wheeler from going over a mountain edge while we were going down the mountain trail with ice under the snow…also when your going down a 10° degree grade with your wheels fully locked going towards the mountain and your sliding the opposite way to push you off… you tend not to do it again.

… so go enjoy yourself… I’ll be on standby waiting to hear your experiences.

Take trip over to Utah! Plenty of winter wheeling over here
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Patiently waits for mountains behind us to have snow on caps ....then haul the mail to Flagstaff. Will send pics at a later date. 😁👍🏻
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Well this was not really wheeling, although the road was not plowed in some of the area, and maybe a foot on the ground, so it was fun nonetheless. This is at Zion back in Oct.
Wow that Looks awesome!
 

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I know, not a Gladiator. Working towards having one after the first of the New Year. Cascade Mountains on 12/11/21, not much snow just yet...but increasing. 1998 TJ6 on 37's, D44's, 5.13 gears, stroker 4.6.

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Take trip over to Utah! Plenty of winter wheeling over here
Lol… I’m in North Dakota for work… winter wheeling and cold… gonna be -16° in a couple days
 

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2020 Animas Forks, Ophir Pass, Imogene Pass, Last Dollar Road and Home Depot parking lot. No real snow in Colorado yet this year.

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winter wheeling in Colorado sucks… I’ve tried two separate places ones… won’t do it again.
Update********
here’s my reason…. Spent over 2 hours trying to keep a fellow wheeler from going over a mountain edge while we were going down the mountain trail with ice under the snow…also when your going down a 10° degree grade with your wheels fully locked going towards the mountain and your sliding the opposite way to push you off… you tend not to do it again.

… so go enjoy yourself… I’ll be on standby waiting to hear your experiences.
Where at in Colorado? I ask because I grew up in Pueblo and did a lot of winter wheeling out around Salida, Ute trail, Beulah, San Isabel and the Great Sand Dunes. Always had a blast. Though once I spent 2hrs digging out around San Isabel squirrel hunting, didn’t realize the amount of fresh snow that filled the ruts and had to dig out of 4 feet of snow and back out up hill onto the main road. Outside of that always had a blast.
 

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Only spitting snow here so far and doesn't look like anything till after Christmas. Up in Michigan they've gotten a little.
 

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Good evening, I have a tire question in regards to snow. I changed my order on my KM3's and switched to KO2's due to several reasons and snow was one of them. Can anyone confirm they are better for the conditions?
 

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Who else loves a good time out in the snow?

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It looks like those are Mud Terrain tires. Is that correct ? Thats what I have on my JT . Im hoping they will be sufficient for the weather here in Montana. No doubt we will be getting some deep snow here soon. So far only about 4 inches.
 

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Not much yet....but it is the first of this year!
Dang, thats a beautiful Overland. How in the heck is it so clean in that weather ?
 
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