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with your weather I say yes... but, if you can fit 16 inch rims with winter tires and the salt is washed off on a weekly or more basis you should be fine...
 

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heh, i've been through 2 nasty ohio winters here with my car. first year on my stock wheels... very stupid, last season i got my winter tires/rims. it's a great winter car, just need a good set of winter tires. and the TC helps out alot [thumb]
 

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Humm i still don't know.

If i'm too poor(like rigth now),i will probably run the SVT.

If i store it,i guess i can transfer my insurance on my winter car.Well i guess i still need to get insurance if my car get stolen.:/
 

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crapy winters are what honda civics are for....
 

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I drive my car in the winter with P-Zero Nero Pirelli's and the car drives great!
 

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I live in Northern Alberta, so I will store myn. maybe I will keep it at the shop so I can do a clutch, flywheel, big brakes and a supercharger over the winter. mmmm..
 

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^nice, me im not o sure, got a jeep so ill prolly park the fofo, and use jeep cuz yea 4wd is good we got tons of hills, but need to fix jeep first
 

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i hadn't thought of this yet. My dad just designed and built a house, that has 2, 2 car garages. Haha. he's such a man. Maybe if the job is going well, i'll buy myself a jeep or something, used, old and cheap. then store the SVT. we'll just have to see. if the job ISN"T going, well then i might not even be able to afford rims and tires for the car. And if the Job has been non existent in pay for a long time, i might not even be able to drive with the heat on. haha.
 
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