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Wish it were colder

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Somehow we managed to get a couple inches of snow overnight. But it is more of this slushy freezing crap that is about 10x more slick than any "snow". It is like driving on ice BUT, I think everyone knows how slush is if you only drive with it on one side of the vehicle. So you are hitting constant deep and shallow slush spots that literally pull the truck off the road. I had the dakota sideways 3 times before I finally told the people at work I wasn't coming, and that was only 5 miles into the 35 mile journey to work. I was going 20mph in 4wd perfectly straight and it just whipped sideways from the slush density constantly. You can deal with real snow no matter how deep given the right tires, but this crap is nuts. There are more cars in the ditch than when we got 2ft a month ago. Interesting how the worst stuff happens at 32-34F. We got snow and rain covered so mother nature throws a curveball :doh: Keeps you on your toes I guess :lol: I am going to try and turn that valve thing into a calculator so you can put in damper degree and it will say where the valves are, and what cycle each piston is on, and maybe some other things. :hyper:

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