Winter Time!

Discussion in '1998 - 2011 Ford Ranger' started by red red ranger, Dec 8, 2009.

  1. red red ranger

    red red ranger New Member

    i recently purchased a 2003 ranger edge RWD i placed 280 lbs of sand in the bed, with the snow and sleet falling in the area i was wondering what other helpful tricks are out there to have better control in the winter time
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  3. RockstarRanger26

    RockstarRanger26 New Member

    buying a 4wd truck haha theres not a whole lot you can do. 2wd is 2wd
  4. Jelly's Ford

    Jelly's Ford Riding High in the Saddle

    Nobody can get any traction in ice unless you run chains or spikes. Winter tires help a little in ice and possible airing your tires down lower than usual may help too I don't know. However the only place a 4X4 will help is in snow like 2"+ and that can be offroading or on the roads where the snow has not been cleared.
  5. OP
    red red ranger

    red red ranger New Member

    Yah i know that there still will be sliding in the winter but i was just looking to see about any other way to improve handling which i dont think there is any other way

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