Lowering Springs in Winter

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A S

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Joined
Jul 5, 2018
Messages
10
Location
Edmonton, AB
Tesla Owner
Model 3
Country
Country
#1
Looking to get the UP Moderate lowering springs but worried about winter driving with this setup, or any lowering whatsoever for that matter.

Snow regularly piles up over 6-12 inches at a time here on residential roads. With all the news about bumpers being ripped off just with rain that has me even more worried. Anybody have experience with this on Model 3 or any other car that is this low/has been lowered in heavy snow?
 

Angrew

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Joined
Apr 16, 2018
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27
Location
Calgary
Tesla Owner
Model 3
Country
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#2
I have a set here in Calgary, but may decide to do coilovers after winter. (so pm me if you want, I may sell my uninstalled moderate springs)

I have driven a few lowered cars in the winter, it's not as bad as people think.