98 ford F-150

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Asked by Jan 06, 2010 at 10:19 PM about the 1998 Ford F-150

Question type: General

why do they suck so much in snow

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Its usually the tire not the truck that determines how good they are in the snow.

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They dont suck in the snow at all! I plow snow with no extra weight in the bed and it does it no issue at all!

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ur probably one of those guys that has old screwed up tires on a pickup thats not 4x4 and thinks itll be great in snow

they dont suck. what i drive at work is 2008 ford full size van with a 3 foot overhang in the back and with bad tires in the back. it can handle any condition, even a foot of snow. i always bring it back unscaved.

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because its a ford

you cant say that. what i drive at work is worse then any pickup. next thing youll say my dakota is a piece "o"crap.

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