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      10-17-2011, 04:12 PM   #1
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New Winter Setup - Sport Edition/Blizzak WS60

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Tire Rack has delivered yet again. These arrived today. I will post pictures on the car once I install them.

They are Sport Edition A7 Painted Black
Blizzak WS60 235/40/18 All around.

Went with WS60 versus the LM's because I need a pure winter setup and am not concerned as much with performance when it is -30 C.
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      10-17-2011, 07:52 PM   #2
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That's some serious winter rubber there! Would like to see what these rims look like on the car. My LM-60's will be going on in a few weeks..
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      10-18-2011, 12:25 PM   #3
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i wanna see them on your car also. i got the same setup, but with Dunlops 3D's
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      10-18-2011, 06:49 PM   #4
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"Twinbo, what is best in life?"

"To crush the snowflakes, and see them driven before you, and hear the lamentations of the women (in their SUV's with crappy all season tires)."

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Would love to see pics also. Considering this setup or going with staggered instead. Heard people complain about rear looking small but maybe they're exaggerating.
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I have the same wheels...just put them back on today. Mine are the grey color, and oddly enough I thought about painting them black...I didnt know you could purchase them in black. Looks good.
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looks good
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Twinbo! We have the exact same set-up, MisterM3 pointed me towards your thread. You plan on driving the whole winter with these?
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Of course! I need to put that ski pass through to good use. I think I will only drive the car this winter though. Got a big rock chip coming back from Red Deer on Friday and it pissed me off. Thinking of a winter beater along the lines of a 01/02 4Runner, 03/04 Jeep Cherokee for late this winter or next.
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That sucks, sorry to hear it man. Just get the windshield replaced right when you put your stocks/summers back on.

Yea winter beater is the next thing on my list too but probably gonna hold off until next year cos I only just picked this beast up recently. See you around bro
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Just ordered the same set up for my car from Ben at Tire Rack. Great service. Should be going on later this week.
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      11-08-2011, 06:56 AM   #13
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The jiggly WS60 may not be much fun on dry pavement, but you won't be complaining in the snow.
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The jiggly WS60 may not be much fun on dry pavement, but you won't be complaining in the snow.
+1. They are no fun at all. Fanatic - be careful for the first few hundred kms as the tires do have a bit of a "break-in."
Turn in is "numb" when compared to PS2.
These items will not matter shortly when there is snow on the ground but should be noted anyways.
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