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Old 08-15-2016, 03:21 PM   #71
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I always love this subject what is a good winter tire for my mustang. A second car is the best winter tire for a mustang always and forever. If you can afford a mustang you should be able to afford a hooptee for the winter and if u cant dont get a stang

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Expecially anyone in the north east. Driving in winter with a good set of winter tires is really not a problem but its the salt that really eats away at your car.
Up here when its not salt its crushed stone that will pit the hell out of your paint.

Every three years I pick up a little $500 winter beater while my baby sleeps in here heated garage.

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I always love this subject what is a good winter tire for my mustang. A second car is the best winter tire for a mustang always and forever. If you can afford a mustang you should be able to afford a hooptee for the winter and if u cant dont get a stang

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I strongly disagree with this statement considering Mustangs were made to be the affordable sports car for blue collar guys, what you just said is the complete opposite of the purpose of Mustangs... I can understand recommending to have a 2nd car but to say that don't get one if you can't afford two cars is ridiculous lol, if that were the case Ford's Mustang sales would be cut in half because I don't know a whole lot of people who own Mustangs along with a 2nd car.
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I guess i should have worded it different and said it was my opinion if you drive your stang 24-7-365 its all good and if u dont have a beater again all good

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I always love this subject what is a good winter tire for my mustang. A second car is the best winter tire for a mustang always and forever. If you can afford a mustang you should be able to afford a hooptee for the winter and if u cant dont get a stang

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Funny I think the same and also in NY.
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