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Hairy green toads from Mars made Mark Hilbush say:
> Well, for some of us it's time to start thinking about new tires for
> the winter. First, even though they say "all-season" and are great on
> dry and wet pavement, I'm assuming my 205/50/15 Dunlop D60s won't quite
> cut it. Besides, I want to protect my wheels from the harsh winter.
Well, your wheels may present a valid argument, but I don't really
see any reason to buy snows on a quattro (warning: heresy alert!)
I live in hill country in NH, and am an avid skier with my family.
My 100Q gets through the snow magnificently with all-seasons on it.
In fact, last year, it got through fine with almost bald Comp T/As
in the back. Last year, we had about 175" of snow, and I drove
through most of it in the mountains.
I'm looking forward to this winter with my D60A2s.
I know a lot of people who claim that snows will radically improve
your snow capability, but I don't think Baltimore gets nearly enough
snow to worry about it.
Andrew L. Duane (JOT-7) email@example.com
Digital Equipment Corporation (603)-881-1294
110 Spit Brook Road
Nashua, NH 03062-2698
Only my cat shares my opinions, and she's too heavy to care.
- From: Mark Hilbush <73441.73@CompuServe.COM>