What size Hakka 1s on 4kq?
nokian at msn.com
Tue Sep 24 00:33:40 EDT 2002
I've run both 175/70-14 and 185/65-14 on my 4000Q's and 80Q's. Both were
without the use of studs. Unless you are going thru extreme snow a lot I
would opt for the 185/65-14; good compromise between function and handling.
The 175 are about $8 to $10 per tire less.
I had them in use in WI mostly but had use in a lot of blizzard conditions
out West in the Rockies.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Brady Moffatt" <bradym at sympatico.ca>
To: "quattro" <quattro at audifans.com>
Sent: Monday, September 23, 2002 9:51 AM
Subject: What size Hakka 1s on 4kq?
> Hi All,
> This year I'm banking on a real winter, or at least one with snow unlike
> last year. So I'm getting set to buy some real snow tires (Nokian Hakka 1
> I will go and find snow if it's not nearby!
> I know narrower is better for pure snow conditions, but I think that with
> studded Nokians, snow will not be a problem anyways, especially with
> There will be some significant highway driving this winter, so I'm
> if a bit more dry stability is worth going a bit wider.
> My two choices are 185/65-14 or 175/70-14, or I suppose I could even stick
> with 195/60-14.
> Does anyone have experience with these setups on Hakka 1s, preferably
> Brady Moffatt
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