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#1 pamike


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Posted 16 March 2007 - 08:41 PM

subie just proved to me what it can do in the snow

i was driving around playing in the snow tonight. close to a foot. i see my step-dads ford f-250 stuck half way up the alley behind our house. he backed down and gave it another try and made it 1/3 of the way up. i tried the soob and went up it 3 times with little effort. you have no idea how good this makes me feel.:banana:
the general grabber at2's work great on it.:clap: :headbang:

#2 Manarius


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Posted 16 March 2007 - 09:48 PM

I went up a unplowed moderately inclined hill with regular all season tires - about 6-7 inches on the ground (dragging bottom). I went up twice with no spinning - I had to jump on it to break it loose.



#3 njdrsubaru


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Posted 17 March 2007 - 12:25 AM

well well i just got home from work its 1:20 in the morning i left work at 11:30 and its only 30 miles away, reason it took me 2 hours to get here is that i had to rsecue a idiot with a jeep Cherokee off a ditch!! yes my lil impreza was able to rescue and pull that jeep out of the ditch, i was laughing soo much the guy gave me a dirty looks because i couldnt stop laughing... he was impressed with my little ride, I was too!!!@

well close home i stopped by a wawa gas station and what i see... a geo prizm stuck on a snow pile lol, well i gave the lady a little push... :Flame:

i had fun tonight i'm glad it snowed this much...

hey pamike how is that lift treating oyu on the snow?


#4 pamike


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Posted 17 March 2007 - 08:17 PM

i love how high the subie is now. i don't drag bottom like i used to

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