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      08-17-2011, 03:04 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by delt31 View Post

What do you guys suggest?
A winter set is definitely the way to go (I purchased a OEM replica set of wheels type m220 @ 18 inch [they look like the real McCoy for $600- then added Michelin ICE winter tires from TireRack for $1020-). This works fine for me and I live in Ontario Canada. Mind you I only take my ///M3 on the road in the winter time when the roads are dry of snow and slush.

Having set that I am not limited to that meaning, if it snows and I am out with the ///M3 there is no problem getting home or where I want to go. Needless to say one has to adjust to road conditions.

Mostly in the winter time I drive my wife's car it has all wheel drive.

In your case, why not get a winter set? you need the different rubber in the winter time the Michelin ICE is a good tire. Then when there is a lot of snow in the forecast take alternative transportation.

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