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I would think not, may make braking iffy. Just drive according to road conditions.
 
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FWD, no reason to bother. Might get squirrelly when you try stopping on ice, but anything with wheels will do that.
 

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It helps immensely with AWD though. I put 2 40lbs sandbags in my wifes Trax without telling her. She noticed the change in performance right away in the snow. I knew they were light in the rear the first set of new tires I put on. The nubbies were still on the back tires after 1000 miles.
 
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