Join Date: Nov 2011
Location: Central Pennsylvania
Drives: 2010 Taurus SHO
Rep Power: 18
I agree I think the tires are the problem. I know on my Lincoln Mark LT with Pirelli Scorpion ATR tires the winter traction was less then impressive...after having Bridgestone Dueler AT Revo's on my F-150. The Revos were awesome the best tires I ever had as far as winter traction great on snow, ice, and wet roads, and they lasted over 50K miles.
2010 Ford Taurus SHO-Livernois 4+X Tune, Airaid CAI, Caliper Covers, Tinted Taillights, Tinted Headlights, LED Interior Lighting, LED Puddle Lamps and License Lights, SHO Hood Stripes, Rearranged Trunk Badging, 3 Bar MAP Sensor, 160 Evenflo Thermostat, V3 Triton Switchback LED Front Parking/Turn Signal, EBC Slotted/Dimpled Rotors w/EBC Yellowstuff Pads
2013 Ford Explorer Limited-Wife's Tow Vehicle
1999 Ford Taurus SE Wagon-'Our Family Truckster"