Take a chainsaw with you if you drive in the woods. Snow will make branches sag and whack you and knock trees down across the trail. Better have a winch, if you break thru ice. Might check out <gripstuds.com> carbide studs that you can install and remove. I'm going to install them in my Mudzillas. Drive at a safe speed, especially if you drive where no one has broken the trail, snow can hide surprises.
2001 Arctic Cat 500 manual shift. 7,000 miles 30" Mudzillas , 5 degree timing advance ,Web 228 race cam,K&N, AEM wideband, drilled and clipped, Dynojet needle,muffler mod, rear sway bar,Warn 3000 winch, Trail Tech Voyager. 1996 Polaris Sportsman 400l , 2002 AC 400 FIS manual shift.