Originally Posted by BOBCRMAN@aol.com
In a nose heavy car on icy streets, a posi will pull you to the lowest part of the street. You will follow the curb and gutter till you get to an intersection then after the intersecyion its back to the gutter again. The rear slides to the lowest point or till there is traction enuff to push the front wheels. One morning in January many years ago I experienced this strange happening. Three day old big block Nova with factory tires, on city streets, in a Michigan ice storm. Walking would have been faster.
Had this experience too with posi traction, so I can attest it can be a real problem. With three or four hundred pounds of weight in the trunk the posi transforms from a slip-and-slide mobile to a get-up-and-go machine!