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This afternoon I had the opportunity today to drive my 2017 Silverado in some pretty lousy weather for the first time.

It handled great in 4hi just as I suspected it would. The duratrac tires did a nice job gripping the unplowed road in about 4” of snow.

With snow expected to continue overnight, I’m hoping to get out early tomorrow and experiment with 4auto!

 

 

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He has a half ton. HD's don't come with auto

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I know. Couldn't figure out why half ton topic was in this forum. 

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Ah... yes. My apologies.
I posted in the wrong forum.
Tough to see with Tapatalk



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Go play in a snow covered parking lot to see what you prefer ...  Try Turning off traction control ... because you won't be spinning those tires for fun (or if you start to get stuck and need momentum - like having to go up a long slippery hill) ... but always keep on StabilTrac (anti sideways).

 

I find if the road is covered in snow & I want to pull out, once the tires start to slip the truck power goes DEAD which is something I DON'T want.
 

your results may vary.

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