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Old 11-13-2003, 09:20 PM   #1
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Ok well before it starts snowing a lot, I want to get some new tires for my car (old ones are a little bald, wonder how that happened ) anywho... I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for all season tires that are good in snow. I think that as soon as the snow thaws I'm going to get some 18'* so I'll have to get some summer rubber. But just in-case I don't get 18'* then I want to get some tires that I will be able to drive around on in the summer. So, my question is this, should I stick with the same type of stock tires or get some other type of brand? Thanks!
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If you just need some decent tires to get you thru winter and last thru spring too then I wouldnt stray too far from the stock look because as you said you might be spending that money on rims and tires in the spring and summer.
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I can't stress it enough (cuz I LOVE my tires), look at the Toyo Proxes TPT. Directional tread, and all that rot. Great performers in all weather, and GET THEM SIPED for even better performance.
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Um if you don't mind how much $$$ are we talking for 4?? Thanks
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