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Old 10-01-2010, 09:19 AM
Kaarlo Käki Kaarlo Käki is offline
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Driving on ice (I suppose it's that because this only happens when you see snow) feels more like a loss of power rather than loss of traction. If you floor the accelerator, the rpms don't go up, which feels like the rear wheels are running on tar rather than ice. On the other hand, the front wheels do seem to lose their traction as the truck does not respond to the steering wheel and easily slips out of control.
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