[s-cars] snow tires
george at connectel-cz.com
Fri Nov 14 16:57:51 EST 2003
I've used 205/55/16 Dunlops for three years and car was unstable in higher
speeds including the problems with stock rim. Last two years I've used
225/50/16 Dunlop M2 and there is IMHO no difference in snow/slush
performance but on wet/dry road car handles much better.
I drive in area where you get snow between November till March and with
pisspoor road maintenance - they do not (except highway) plow the road
unless snowfall is more than 5-6", they just put tons of salt. With 2 ton
car the difference between 205 and 225 is not really noticeable (by my
buttmeter) in snow.
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Sent: Friday, November 14, 2003 16:30
To: lee at wheelman.com
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Subject: [s-cars] snow tires
you wrote: I had a set of 205/55 16 Hakkas briefly installed on my 5 spoke
S4 wheels.It was not a good fit...the wheel was too wide for the tires. The
16x8 wheel really wants a 225/50 size tire, and in Vermont you probably want
a narrower tire (like the 205/55).
I had the same experience and went with a 215/55/16 Michelin, and think
it's a good compromise.
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