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      11-08-2012, 09:10 PM   #8

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Originally Posted by DBH View Post
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I've had very good luck with Dunlop Winter Sport 3D.

Go with the a tire that is a bit narrower than stock as they'll go through the snow better. I'm using 235/40/18 all around. You'll give up some performance but you'll go in the snow! Also, it's better to get a wheel/tire package. That way you can swap summer to winter in less than an hour in your own garage.
most likely getting the wintersports or the pirelli sotto zerios or w.e