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      08-05-2008, 08:36 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by cncmastr View Post
While that may be true about the snow, you are completely ignoring the fact the summer tires are not designed and made for cold/freezing temperatures. The compound becomes as hard as a hockey puck in freezing temps and will loose traction.


+10000! I had the M3 out in the cold with a bit of rain/sleet and it was LOOSE. A set of winter rubber seems like cheap insurance to me. Especially if you will drive the car daily in the cold months.