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That all depends on the type of fire fighting hose nozzle you have. The real underlying factor for pressure at the nozzle is the pressure being supplied by the hose. Hence the fire department's use of PUMPER TRUCKS to pump up the pressure. The Plain Pipe type of nozzle is merely a tapered restriction at the end of the hose that maintains the pressure at the tip by restricting the flow. The more professional type of fire fighting FOG nozzles are much more complicated internally. (Some are even designed to maintain a constant gallonage flow through the nozzles.) These nozzles are designed to break the stream up in one fashion or another in order to create small droplets and thereby increase surface area of the water thereby helping to cool the fire.
People think that just because it is a four wheeler that it can go anywhere. If you are on ice, then it will help get going better, but it will be harder to stop, due to the increased weight. That's where a lot of trouble comes from. Overconfidence. Since I'm not sure about the roads where you will be heading, then you might try buying some tire chains. A set for the rear axles should be enough to get you through. If you are heading for some really deep stuff and a lot of ice to boot, then you can put the chains on all four wheels. Just know that it will make the ride very rough and bouncy. You will have enough traction to go anywhere you need to go. good luck.