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Cars on Icey Hill

mnmtranching

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It's interesting so many mini vans? And no bumper benders?

The trick is 4X4 and momentum. Momentum being # 1. Hit the hills fast and don't stop at the top. Little luck required at the top.
 

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Well you know it wasn't shot in TX as there would be a pile of wrecked cars all over the hill. :lol:
 

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Kind of like going up a steep muddy hill then. Well maybe not.

Noticed that about the fender benders also. No pedestrians got hit either. The fast forward speed made it look pretty dangerous.
 

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1982vett":iii8yo4k said:
Kind of like going up a steep muddy hill then. Well maybe not.

Noticed that about the fender benders also. No pedestrians got hit either. The fast forward speed made it look pretty dangerous.

Not anywhere as near as bad as gumbo mud. If we could see it at regular speed we would see the cars crawling. The ones that made it kept up their momentum. Did you know that below zero temps make icy roads much less slippery and snow becomes more like driving in sand?
 

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