19 A Solution for Many Many Snow

A Solution for Many Many Snow

Posted on January 28, 2010 by


Russian lada for snow driving 5

When you are having snow like on the photo above and you own just a regular passenger car you possibly risk not to leave your house for days or weeks while they be able to clear the way up to your gate.

But, there is a solution offered by some company in Kirgizia how to turn any regular car into powerful "Snow-Foot" vehicle.

Russian lada for snow driving

Inside the post after some more extremely snowy landscapes we'll see the photos and the videos of that cool vehicle idea.


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19 Responses to “A Solution for Many Many Snow”

  1. LameFox says:

    I’m amazed that little thing can even turn the wheels.

  2. Cracker says:

    A better idea is to leave the area and move to the Black Sea! Who needs 12 meters of snow?

  3. New Fake Kirov says:

    First!! Nice car.

  4. boriska says:

    I wish someone had a solution for EnglishRussia forum that still does not work properly.

  5. EnglishCanuck says:

    I would think that the gear ratio needed to turn that size wheel would amount to more than that Lada could swing. If you had low range maybe, and hardish snow. Are there any frikkin’ snowmobiles in Russia? Like Ski-Doo, Polaris?

    • Bremm says:

      If you got thrice of the perimeter (on the big tire) and the third part of angular speed (rpm) your final ratio will be 1:1. But yes, the momentum (inertia) involving the whole thing can damage your clutch or even the gearbox/diferential. Probably it needs a smooth/gentle driving to avoid damage.

  6. Oh lol at the trolls above

    Anyway finally Kirghiz stuff! Please more Central Asia!

    Final complaint: Kirghiz weather isn’t Russian silly

    Oh and it’s a good idea, but some local factory in Bishkek/Osh needs to make the design more stronger and reliable.

    • Tauper says:

      For sure, Bossman!

      Also, why can’t some of that inclement winter weather happen here?

      People could build some kick a$$ snow forts and have one Hell of a snowb@ll fight with that much snow!

  7. LameFox says:

    I notice they don’t show it turning much, too… and when it does, it looks like it could be outmaneuvered by a container ship.

  8. Praveen says:

    Hmmm… Show, I’ve never seen it, except in refrigerator, In India where I stay it burns like hell in Summer, and Sun shines so brightly that it’ll burn your eyes and skin…I’m sick of heat and I like to see Show! I want to live in a street like shown in photo#3 It should be a fairy tale experience!

  9. Tauper, here there’s some snow but not nearly as much as this town. I want Tien Shan-rate mountains in Finland :(

  10. DrFun says:

    So ähnlich sieht es bei mir zu hause auch aus!

  11. J Lakhani says:

    V good creative ideas. where there is will, there is a way

    U have proved. Thanks. Jusabali Lakhani(Sr.77 )

  12. some classic images here

  13. six-string samurai says:

    the biggest problem of this rig is that it’s easy to flip – the center of weight is too high, plus the double suspension. If you hit a bump while turning, your Lada will make friends with the snow.

  14. ME says:

    about the gear ratio – Did you see that the cogs mounted to the axles are a lot smaller than those cogs mounted on big wheels? It makes no damage to lada’s clutch or transmission (which are a little too weak even with stock wheels :D ). Anyway, nice idea, i would make myself something very similar if i lived there. thanks for sharing.

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