Paddle tires for sure, been doing it all last couple of months. The proline sandpaws . 4 inches or less though, and the not too wet heavy or icy snow, unless you went to go straight full throttle.
T-bone racing has some for $30, almost got them.Would the ski's up front be a better Solution?
I drive my Granite BLX in snow all the time. I have a set of cheap wheels and tires with a hooked V-pattern and it will climb over hard snow or plow through soft fluff quite easily, as long as you have a very light throttle finger. It works with the base dBoots too, but really hard to get traction. Also, I highly recommend taking the body off and parking the chassis under a ceiling fan for a few hours when you are done to make sure everything is dry. If you don't have a ceiling fan, a hair dryer or compressed air works, but make sure you get all the small openings.I just want to know if my blx can go through about 4 in of snow because its super snowy here now an I don't have anywhere to drive it