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      02-27-2013, 04:42 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Transfer View Post
You poor guys and your delicate winter M3s.
If it's a DD, get some Dunlops or Michelin winter tires and you can drive 9/10ths all year round. Of course if you don't need to drive the car in nasty rain then I wouldn't either, but I do and I have great confidence in my winter setup.
you can never go wrong with Michelin at all. Especially in Seattle.
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