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Re: Winter tires

Up front, thanks for all the opinions.

After doing some research on the Yokos (which weren't even on my radar),
I've decided that that's going to be far better for me.  In this area, while
we have ice, snow, and wetness, it's just as likely that the roads will be
dry, too.  And since the car I'm putting these tires on is a performance
vehicle, it stands to reason that I don't want the overly mushy feeling of
the Blizzaks unless I was in a constantly precipitated area (is that a valid
phrase? <grin>).

I'll let you all know how they work out for me come spring.

-- Brad Wilson ----- Student of Objectivism ----- Mercenary Programmer --
Email: bradw@pobox.com   Radio: KA8RJS   Web: http://www.pobox.com/~bradw

"C makes it easy to shoot yourself in the foot;  C++ makes it harder, but
when you do it blows your whole leg off." -- Bjarne Stroustrop, inventor
of the C++ programming language