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Old 11-17-2003, 11:59 PM   #1
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Default Winter Tires

K.. for some of you here who knows the joy of snow.. I was wondering what WINTER tire would you guys recommend or use? Was going to start a poll, and starting to do some research on which is good.. the bad.. the ugly.. the most bang for the bux.. kinda thing.. I"m lookin for strictly winter treads to fit on non bling bling 16" rims ( as 15"'* don't fit on Muffin'* 00 SSEI )
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Any comparison charts of grip rubber compound or what I should be lookin for in winter tires? ( other then it being round and inflatable ) ?
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