We all know that the snow is falling all over the Midwest. How much fun is everybody having playing in it or even just laughing at people who try to go out but don't have Blazers? Let's hear your stories. I was out snow wheeling in Michigan's UP this weekend. 2-3 feet on the ground and I couldn't maintain continous momentum. Going down to 13psi helped, but I still had to shovel my way out when I tried to turn around. The problem was the ice on the ground under the snow. I have 35" ProComp MT, which dug me forward pretty well, but were powerless on the ice whenever I dug all the way through. Proof was the fact that I could leave the truck in gear and 3 tires would spin without giving it any gas, but I could get out and get the truck rocking back and forth BY HAND until it grabbed some snow and climbed up on it. Chains would have been the hot ticket. Lots of fun!! It looked like I had flat-faced white hupcaps when I came out. Have you ever tried to rock a truck with a gov-lock? Yucky.