I am a bit disappointed how mine is getting thru the snow. I got good tires and shocks, LSD ,and 4X4. Out on the streets overall it's ok it just when it comes to the unplowed streets like the drive up to the house. We had about 3 inches of sleet and another 3-4 inches of snow on top this week. In the past years the drive got plowed earlier and did not go thru this deep. Maybe it's my technique as this truck has more horsepower/torque than other trucks I have owned (I often slide around a bit at stoplights going uphill when it's wet out) but I cannot power thru any snow up the driveway without it slipping, kicking, bucking, then stopping forward movement etc. My friend is setting there laughing as he can almost do it in 2WD with his 89 Ramcharger where I am have a fight with mine in 4X4. My 20s are a lot wider and larger than his tires, I have a lot more power out on the street, my wheelbase is longer, and my fly by wire throttle makes judging the throttle a little harder than in the Ramcharger. I looked up the weight of the Ramcharger and they are close but hands down the Ramcharger is a tank and can go anywhere in deep snow often just in 2 wheel drive. It does have the solid front axle but I would not think that mattered in 2WD. I had an old GMC S15 4X4 pickup I could climb the driveway with better. I don't get stuck with the Ram but I have to try several times and very very slowly and I am finding 4wd lo works a little better. I am sure some weight in the back helps but I put about 350 back there last year and still noticed a bit of a fight on unplowed streets. What am I doing wrong with this truck?