Question about 1996 Ford F350 Crew Cab
Make sure the antifreeze is a 50:50 mix for max freeze protection. The engine oil should be multi-viscosity (5w-30 or 10w-30). Fit all-season radial tires if you don't have them already. Carry a set of tire chains so that you can get around if the snow flies. Make sure your heater and defroster work well. That fairly well covers the essentials, but you will likely discover a few extras like a snow/ice scraper for the windows. Bring a warm coat and hat if you have them. Some folks place rocks or sand in the bed to get better rear end traction, but don't make the trip with them. Sand is also handy if you are stuck on ice. Good luck!
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