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11-30-2010 11:08 AM
Originally Posted by jpallotta89 View Post
ur from Cali...think you should be fine
He's in Germany...location says "it should be Fullerton, CA"
11-30-2010 10:52 AM
Work4Mud I was all over west Germany on and off last winter and id say a typical winterization would do fine (fluids, tires, etc) unless its just going to be sitting. It was cold as hell but I wouldnt say more extreme that the winters where im at now here in Va.
11-30-2010 10:41 AM
J10 If you are driving the jeep through winter I think you'll be fine. Maybe check you radiator fluid to be sure you got the correct mixture for cold climates. 50/50 should be fine unless germany gets really cold.
As for tires I just run my KM2s through the winter but if I had the spare cash for a set of actual winter tires I'd get them, but cant make any recommendation cause I've never looked
11-30-2010 10:29 AM
jpallotta89 ur from Cali...think you should be fine
11-29-2010 12:46 PM
winterify the jeep

i need some advice to get the best performance out of my jeep for the winter here germany. and what should i do about fluilds, to things form freezing over. any recommandations on tires?

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