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Old 05-03-2017, 03:09 PM   #118
96accord
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Join Date: Apr 2007
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Location: Middle River, Maryland
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Originally Posted by Dalessio View Post
Continental DWS are great all seasons and I've been running them for a few years now. Plus I can work from home any time the weather is bad so I realized having a dedicated winter set at this point was just kind of silly.
I had dedicated winter setup (General Altimax Arctic tires) for a while. This past winter I got the DWS06's and for the amount of snow we received they did well.

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Originally Posted by ScoobyFreak86 View Post
The only time I would consider having both a dedicated set of summers and winters is if I did track time.
That's the reason why I have two sets (summer & winter). Autocross would beat up my DWS06's very quickly.

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Originally Posted by Obviously Tyler View Post
I've had the DWS06 (new version) tires on my WRX for a little while now. In 265/35-18.

They've been fantastic in all weather conditions. Of course they're not as good in the snow as dedicated snow tires, especially in a wider size. But they're good enough to get around if you're taking your time.
Yeah they did well for me this past winter. Granted (like I said above) we didn't have a bad winter this year in the Mid-Atlantic but they did the job for the small snow amounts we had.
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