David.Schaible at jrspharma.com
Tue Oct 26 09:05:31 EDT 2004
I am running a green diamond model, don't remember which one, but it has
very aggressive snow tread.......very mushy on dry roads, but a good
compromise for folks who don't want to run studs but demand good
traction on hard pack and ice......(green diamond are the tires with the
carbide chips imbedded in the compound, green=retread, diamond=carbide
chips) they are hard to find, most shops I talked to didn't want to deal
with them since they are retreads.
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2981 Rte 22
Patterson, NY 12563
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From: PeterBergin at aol.com [mailto:PeterBergin at aol.com]
Sent: Monday, October 25, 2004 4:35 PM
To: 200q20v at audifans.com
Subject: Snow Tires
Well, its that time of year again. Who makes the best snow tires for
car? I live in Minnesota and do pull a snowmobile trailer. 6 X 15
also make a trip or two to Colorado skiing, and the higher speed miles
do add up.
I have had the following tires:
Blizack 205/60/15 WS 50, great in snow and ice, pretty mushy on dry
Blizack 205/60/15 MZ 02, OK in snow and ice (not as good as the WS 50).
However better on dry roads.
Have herd a lot of good stuff on Nokian Hakka 1's (spelling)? I would
to go to a 215, and perhaps a little taller. Any recomendations?
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