2016 BRZ Limited - Manual 6 Speed Manual
It doesn't look like the truck is stuck to me either. The only thing I can think has happened here, is the trucks single drive axle is on the metal train tracks and is not getting traction.Sort of looked like the truck wasn't really that stuck after they started to go. I was expecting the Impreza to swing a little bit around before actually pulling it out but that's just me.
Yeah, I saw it slipping. I just sort of expected that there would be more slipping around trying to struggle and pull through from the Impreza. Nonetheless, go Subaru! :icon_biggrin:It doesn't look like the truck is stuck to me either. The only thing I can think has happened here, is the trucks single drive axle is on the metal train tracks and is not getting traction.
The Impreza does side slip a little, as the wheels start spinning. Looks like all four wheels brake loose, instead of just the back end. You can see the clear patch the wheels make on the pavement, as the car goes diagonal.
Definitely with chains. All that weight has to benefit the traction even though it does add to momentum when stopping.A good friend of mine drove Semi-trucks. We lived in Central PA and he usually took one day trips in all sorts of weather. He said you'd be surprised when loaded down how well the truck did in the snow. With chains they are very good. At least that's what he told me and we got lots of snow in that area with big hills.
http://www.subaruforester.org/vbulletin/f76/wtlw-65627/Check this out, folks!!! Let's see Honda's Realtime AWD do this!!!!
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