Tire Chains? On a Lincoln Town Car?

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wihr

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Chains are often required to go east from Portland, Oregon, up highway 30 to Mount Hood and Government Camp (4000 ft). Other times you just required to carry them. I have used them many Winters on my 1970 VW Camper to get from Portland to Government Camp. However. after almost spinning out after skiing on Mt. Hood I changed to studded tires front and rear. I can not imagine what studded tires would cost for a Town Car and you cannot use them except during the snow season. The legally must be removed. Another hassle.
 

Hound Dog

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Just buy a Ram truck with air suspension. I have one with standard springs and have to say it is a pretty nice ride. Certainly does better in the snow.
 

Hound Dog

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Gentlemen do not drive trucks! In fact, gentlemen should not drive cars with more than two seats. It is sometime a pain to drive my Town Car. I should have a driver.
Looks like you fell off your high horse and bumped your head!🤣😂🤣

Although, I wish pickups went back to having 2 seats. The 4 door trucks these days that have cabs bigger than the beds are great for the soccer moms of the world but if you use the bed and not a kid hauler it kills the point of a truck...🤨

I do like the idea of having a driver though! 😃
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DoubleJ

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How about aluminum trucks with V-6 engines that are 11 feet tall but you can't put a plow on them because they'll bend...and don't forget 10 speed transmissions shared with the Camaro! Go Ford!
 

Jaskim06

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Just how big a boy are ya?
If you don't get it look up Roy D Mercer. He was a character on country radio who had a song of same title. He'd call up places and say he broke whatever and needed a new one, money or he was gonna go there and whip someone's ass, so he'd say how big a boy are ya? Funny the things we remember when we see, hear or read things. Roy was good for a laugh. Long live Lincoln!!
 
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