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      09-03-2008, 07:38 AM   #7
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They hit it with tirerack.

Keep in mind, that in some cases, a decent set of all-seasons will perform 95% as well in the snow, but will also do well in other inclement weather situations, as a full-out winter tire. I love my Goodyear Eagle F1 All-Seasons, but I'm also using them year-round for now. I imagine in your area, you can get some snow/ice even once "winter" has passed and you're wanting to get decent performing tires back on the car - maybe check out some all seasons to last you through the winter and still have some fun during that winter-spring interim
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