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    What's that white stuff all over the ground?
    LMAO!!!

    Only the best stuff on earth
    Bite your tongue! that S is horrible....no good comes from it....
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by bigdaddycane Click here to enlarge
    LMAO!!!



    Bite your tongue! that S is horrible....no good comes from it....
    someone never made a snow angel.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BavarianBullet Click here to enlarge
    Lol. When I first got my 08 335xi, even with AWD, the summers sucked so bad in just 2-4" of snow I could barely get up a mild hill from a dead stop. I soon threw on Yoko Advan all seasons and, wow, what a difference.

    I'm not bold enough to try 2WD with open diff any more. My last 2WD was a 95 maxima and it was not very good in the snow on hills with only all-seasons.
    This just proves how important tires are. I had a 97 with snow tires and that car was a tank in the snow. I felt like I could go anywhere; no problems whatsoever. Just driving around Pittsburgh there are plenty of hills, and I took the car on the PA turnpike through the Laural Mountains numerous times with snow on the road with no problems at all. The 95 and 97 are of the same generation and use the same chassis. The 97 has a few cosmetic changes, but drive train/chassis is the same 95-99.

    BavarianBullet, you didn't happen to be a member of maxima.org, did you?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by chrisisnapping Click here to enlarge
    someone never made a snow angel.
    someone grew up in California.....
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ajm8127 Click here to enlarge
    This just proves how important tires are. I had a 97 with snow tires and that car was a tank in the snow. I felt like I could go anywhere; no problems whatsoever. Just driving around Pittsburgh there are plenty of hills, and I took the car on the PA turnpike through the Laural Mountains numerous times with snow on the road with no problems at all. The 95 and 97 are of the same generation and use the same chassis. The 97 has a few cosmetic changes, but drive train/chassis is the same 95-99.

    BavarianBullet, you didn't happen to be a member of maxima.org, did you?
    I had two different sets of tires on my max, both were all seasons. 2nd were yokos IIRC. If i would have went to 4 snows it probably would have helped some I agree. The thing that pissed me off the most about that car's traction was starting from a stop, esp while turning, in the rain or snow. you cant really fix an open diff without traction control- outside tire's always going to spin if you give it enough gas, which I tend to do a lot. That's on me.

    No I wasn't an active member of maxima.org.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by cstavaru Click here to enlarge
    You passed on red, you couldn't stop, so no, the N54 does not perform ok in snow Click here to enlarge
    Well thats only a test of tires, all cars has 4WB (brakes) even the RWD ones Click here to enlarge
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    mmmm snow, can't wait for my car to look like this again

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by jpsimon Click here to enlarge
    mmmm snow, can't wait for my car to look like this again
    The N55 is a barge compared to the N54 but I love the heated steering wheel in my '11 335xi!

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    Moved to 3->Series E9X.

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