brett at cloud9.net
Thu Jan 8 13:27:40 EST 2004
At 1:08 PM -0500 12/5/03, Coleman, David wrote:
>For anyone shopping for snows, the Dunlop Winter Sport M2/3s are
>doing a great job in the muck that's falling in the Delaware Valley.
>I've used Nokian, Graspics, and now these, and while it seems all
>snows are great, these are more stable on cleared wet pavement at
I'm quite pleased with my Nokian Hakka Q's. They can be very
squirrely(sp?) due to the spiral-siped tread, especially when brand
new; it's a very odd feeling and takes getting used to. In cold
weather, they're much more stable than they are in warmer(40 degree+)
They handle pretty much any snow conditions nicely, and when they
break loose they tend to do so rather progressively, and 'find'
traction again quickly. I don't have any experience with other snow
tires to compare them to, but compared to all-seasons, it's a night
and day difference.
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