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Re: tire (archive)

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Posted by Chet on June 19, 2000 at 17:45:51:

In Reply to: Re: tire posted by mj on June 19, 2000 at 12:19:03:

if the 8080s work in snow they sound good. you will never find a tire that works in snow yet grips as in dry/wet as well as those you mentioned. If I had to drive in snow and could only have one tire, I would get whatever high-performance M&S tire Yokohama makes. Their tires are as good as the comparable Michelin and Pirelli tires but you don't have to pay for expensive tv ad campaigns so you pay half as much.

: now that is useful info, but i thought my dunlops were m&s rated, will have to go into parking lot to check my tires. But they do well in snow, as it snowed 6inches the day after i picked it up new.....any recommendations on good year rounds?

: -mj

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