Go with a good set of snow tires! :cheers That will get you around with a light touch on the throttle. You could also go with studded snows on the rear if you have a lot of icy conditions throughout the winter. They are loud, but they will get you moving on a frozen lake too!Tom said:Putting weight behind the axle will give you 911 like handling.
I suggest snow tires. I am going to put the 16" rims and snow tires from my Z28 on my GTO.
I think i will put 2 tires on the back. Tires are about $150 a piece plus whatever to mount and balance.SilverGoat said:I tried 4 concrete blocks and it did nothing to help in the snow. Bought a set of Blizzacks and took the bricks out. Incredible improvement in the handling in snow. Skip the sand and spend the money on snows, it will be a lot safer.
I agree with going with tires. I had 2 bags of Salt in the back of my Camaro. Yes it holds the back end down, but it also gives you more weight to swing the back end around. I did a 180 into a curb, broke the rim, bent the suspension, the fender. I think the salt (weight) helped me turn around. Just my 2 cents.muohio said:I think i will put 2 tires on the back. Tires are about $150 a piece plus whatever to mount and balance.