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Old 09-13-2012, 12:24 PM   #27
Decipher
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Join Date: Nov 2010
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Location: Lake in the Hills, ILLnoise
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2011 WRX Hatch Limtd
Satin White Pearl

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Originally Posted by KareemA
okay so heres my question i live by the beach.. not in the mountains. Im not trying to drive up in a snow storm. but i do like chasing some pow.

so i cant be driving around on snow tires from the beaches up to the mountains, right? ive heard its bad for the tires to be driving on them at high speeds for extends periods (50 mph+) what would be a solution to this?
It sounds like you would benefit from good quality all-seasons. I have a set and yes, you do compromise performance on both sides; performance driving and in adverse conditions. They're kind of the jack of all trades, master of none. That said, I wear mine all year around. I have plenty of fun in the summer and come winter, I can go anywhere. I even got around in our crazy blizzard with 2' of snow and 6' drifts when my friends with pick-ups got stuck. So they do just fine for me.
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