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well come on guys, a summer only tire should never be used in the snow I still had my summer rims on when it snowed here in MI, and with my Kumho Supra 712s I went nowhere. I had to drive to my gf's house to go to school that day, and made it all the way to the highway where i had to stop for a light before getting on. Stupid city of ours waits to salt, so snow had packed up at the intersection. I went nowhere but slid down the side of the highway until I managed to get enough traction to slide the *** onto the clear highway (not very busy)
If you're looking for a good snow tire, blizzaks, winterforce, are what I recommend
well come on guys, a summer only tire should never be used in the snow
Yeah, of course you're right. I was just moving the car from one side of the driveway to the other. Taking them out on the road would have been suicidal. I was just curious what other brands/types gave the same results.
I also have a 99 Firebird with Kumho Ecsta M+S tires, and while not great in snow, at least get me from point A to point B--but very carefully!!
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