[200q20v] Re: [s-cars] Re: g-force kdws
malth at umich.edu
Fri Sep 22 13:52:46 EDT 2000
The P7000s are also all-season - I will have some winter driving but last
year I had some Z rated Yokos that were OK in the snow (summer tires), so
I figured the 730s could be up to snuff, and that the W & Z rated
all-seasons might be up to snuff performance-wise as well.
On Fri, 22 Sep 2000, Erik Addy wrote:
> I don't get it, some of those are all-season, and some aren't. If you
> have to do any winter driving, I would get the 730's AND a decent set of
> winter tires. If you won't do that, or drive on winter roads less than,
> say 5 days a year, the decision then becomes between the KDWS and
> SP5000. Can't help you there, no experience with those two tires. Call
> the tire rack and ask them to tell you the differences between the two.
> Chris Covington <malth at umich.edu> wrote:
> Anyone know about this BFGoodrich g-force KDWS tire - all-season
> Impressions? I'm deciding between these, Dunlop SP5000s, Pirelli 7000s,
> and Bridgestone RE730.
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