Where are the pics? The Frontier will be able to handle it. Take plenty of pics.
If its 2ft of wet snow compacts pretty fast, and if the pavement is wet/slushy below the snow, he can.i dont know what you think you drive. also depends on the snow. if its a dry snow without much weight you might. wet. not a chance in hell.
but i dont think you can anyway. do you realize how deep 2ft is? how the hell did you get your trucks door open?
I ran rear off road chains on my stock nismo frontier. That is with 32" tires. Never had a problem, just make sure you have no loose ends:laugh:We have some tough snow here - only about 12-14" but 1st layer is about 2 inches dry powder and 1inch crust (been on ground for 7weeks from -35 t0 40 above) then another two inches of dry powder and 1 inch crust and about 6-8 inches of new fairly wet snow - takes alot of power to break the crusts and then it is just like sand, doesn't pack, just shifts around - time for chains (but no room on the stock Equator) so use my '84 Ramcharger, dubbed 'little sherman'.
Um...it wasn't snowing INSIDE the garage.how the hell did you get your trucks door open?
There is a lot a snow out there. Moving around was no problem till we drove the truck over a snow bank.
I do have to say, I love the wheel impression in the snow!! That is a huge snow bank.
I live in Ohio and we only got a few inches, but when I left work this morning the highway looked untouched by a snow plow. My truck did great. As I was cruising along at 40, I passed a lot of FWD cars in the ditch.
That is some good snow there. It looks just packed to all hell, that stuff can be a nightmare for any vehicle.There is a lot a snow out there. Moving around was no problem till we drove the truck over a snow bank.