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Re: Advise for snow driving
On Sat, 6 Jan 1996 STEADIRIC@aol.com wrote:
> >I have Dunlop D60 A2 with only about 10K on them, Now, I may have taken the
> >corner too fast (thought I was going appropriately slow) but take that
> >possible reason out of the question, do I have crappy M&S tires? I recall
> >them being having an "A" rating in that catagory. Should I press the
> >button between the seats for most/any snow travel below the 20 something MPH
> >threshold it automatically disengages?
> Well you have the D60 A2 not the D60 M2 the M2 is the mud and snow
> version of the D60. It's a good tire but not a snow tire.
BZZZZZZZZZTTTTTT!!! (Boy I've been wantin' to do that for a long time!)
Eric, you may want to check your facts. The D60 A2 is indeed the
all-weather version of the tire. The D60 M2 is a directional, soft
compound version (boy did those things pull hard for that 10K miles!!!).
Much like a little brother version of the D40 M2. Of course, you've
probably never driven anything wimpy enough to need 60R/14's.
> Eric Fletcher
> '87 5KCSTQIA2RSR2B