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Old 06-13-2015, 11:23 AM   #1
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hi guys ! i have a 97 buick lesabre and i am going to have to buy new tires for the front of my car before winter ! i bought the car in the warm weather and it came with pacemark tires ! i was wondering if they are any good in the snow? i have used Douglas tires before on a 88 oldsmobile and they were pretty good but i am thinking about a different brand for my buick ! i am not rich by all means but i will need a new set of tires before winter and i need a good set that fits my budget ! thanks guys ! have a good day !
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Are the Pacemark tires all season or the snow trakker'*?
I'm not sure where you live, but if you get lots of snow, a dedicated set of actual snow tires all the way around are highly recommended for safety.
Just having two snows up front aids greatly with FWD traction, but leaves the rear in the slippery, wanting to slide out slopes LOL.
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Are the Pacemark tires all season or the snow trakker'*?
I'm not sure where you live, but if you get lots of snow, a dedicated set of actual snow tires all the way around are highly recommended for safety.
Just having two snows up front aids greatly with FWD traction, but leaves the rear in the slippery, wanting to slide out slopes LOL.
heysoft ride ! i live in southwestern PA and there are some winters that are pretty mean ! i was wondering if anyone ever used pacemark tires and weather they are any good or not ! thanks Soft Ride !
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I have tried Pacemark all weather tire honestly grip is not that impressive specially in wet season. That is why I replaced it with Nitto tires Motivo its cheaper and way better.
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