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Old 05-03-2017, 09:53 AM   #115
ScoobyFreak86
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Originally Posted by Dalessio View Post
This.

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.
Yep! I ran DWS's and tried the Michelin A/S 3's. I was a larger fan of the DWS's. They impressed me greatly in the snow and all around weather. They actually have a newer version that I am most likely going to get for the new wheels. The Michelin A/S 3's were great in the dry/wet, but absolutely horrendous in the snow.

I too have the freedom to work home if the weather is bad and we are getting an SUV for the wife to tote the kids around in, so I am not too worried.

The only time I would consider having both a dedicated set of summers and winters is if I did track time. Which I don't see happening anytime soon, so I would rather invest in some proper wheels and good all seasons.
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