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Old 09-12-2012, 09:45 AM   #8
JayBoogs
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2008 Impreza WRX 4dr
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Originally Posted by vtdave View Post
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A narrower tire with greater sidewall flex will yield better all-around winter performance. It's basically the opposite of summer tires.
Xed the winter tires on the legacy wheels.

I get your guys point. But that would be more of a dedicated winter setup which I am not going for. I am trying to compromise with a good performer in an A/S for all year round. The ratings on the 225s have been better in the snow than 205 A/S. I can understand if I compared 225 to 205 in winter tires, that may be different. Also, I don't foresee being in much deep snow.

Though they may be summer tires on some, the 09-10s come stock with 225s. Their A/S' should be good performers. Are you guys suggesting staying in 205 for A/S??
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