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Old 08-24-2012, 08:52 AM   #1
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winter tires

Winter is coming up too fast, first winter with my mustang, need to get some winter tires.
Which brand is best? Any advice on the best ways to drive in the snow other than not driving on it at all? lol!
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Blizzaks are good. I have to suffer through the winter too.

http://www.tirerack.com/winter/tech/...jsp?techid=116
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awesome! thank you!
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Move down south haha. I'm originally from Chicago and do not miss snow one bit. Ok maybe for a week to go snowmobiling
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The blizzacks are decent but I use cooper weathermaster s2 for winter. They last so much longer, don't cost a million a tire and bite like crazy in the snow and ice.
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Move down south haha. I'm originally from Chicago and do not miss snow one bit. Ok maybe for a week to go snowmobiling
I was actually supposed to move to north carolina but something happened which is why I bought the mustang. so now I'm saving up again and want to move down there next year!
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The blizzacks are decent but I use cooper weathermaster s2 for winter. They last so much longer, don't cost a million a tire and bite like crazy in the snow and ice.
Cool! I didn't know about these. Ima check'em out.
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Move down south haha. I'm originally from Chicago and do not miss snow one bit. Ok maybe for a week to go snowmobiling
We had a very mild winter last year i dont think we got more than 20 inches all winter. So the snowmobiles pretty much sat all winter.
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The blizzacks are decent but I use cooper weathermaster s2 for winter. They last so much longer, don't cost a million a tire and bite like crazy in the snow and ice.
just looked them up they look like they will work amazing. and the reviews are all good too! thanks! (:
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just looked them up they look like they will work amazing. and the reviews are all good too! thanks! (:
They really are a great tire. I put 10k km on mine and they are still at 9/32. And honestly I'm shocked at how well they hook up too. Stiff sidewalls as well.
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