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Yesterday 12:46 PM
Chas Does Mike still lurk around here?

I just emailed for the free trifecta update, was wondering what that is all about.
Yesterday 09:17 AM
Chas good lord ed
Yesterday 09:08 AM
egman2005 Fits better then oj's glove lol
Yesterday 08:54 AM
wordyahurdd Also check that wheel weight clearance

Fits like a glove
11-26-2014 11:10 PM
wordyahurdd De striped and winter wheels before even registering it!
11-26-2014 10:38 AM
Aku Also fair.. But lets be serious... Next summer with ~350 or more awhp I'm not going to be nice too the street tires lol.
11-26-2014 10:16 AM
klodkrawler05
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Originally Posted by Aku View Post
The only reason I think I'm going to buy all-seasons is for tire wear (when compared to summers).

The wagon has snows and will probably get 'higher performance' all-seasons for summer. and once the DWs on the R are shot that will also probably get a similar tire since I have the 2nd set of wheels for race tires so don't see the point in higher performance summers that'll get burned up quickly.
Fair enough, although most of the non super sticky summer tires don't wear that quickly when they aren't tracked Courtneys summers still look like brand new after 1 year and her snow tires are on season 3 now with more than 80% measured tread depth.

meanwhile I've gone through 3 sets of summers and 2 sets of snows in the same time
11-26-2014 10:07 AM
Aku The only reason I think I'm going to buy all-seasons is for tire wear (when compared to summers).

The wagon has snows and will probably get 'higher performance' all-seasons for summer. and once the DWs on the R are shot that will also probably get a similar tire since I have the 2nd set of wheels for race tires so don't see the point in higher performance summers that'll get burned up quickly.
11-26-2014 10:04 AM
klodkrawler05
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Originally Posted by beat3rfocus View Post
I bet he destroys the snow season tires faster than the no seasons.

I think tire rack did a study similar to this in the past.
Depends on the snow tire in question, older blizzaks especially wear unusually fast compared to some of the other newer snow tires.

from the article:
"Most importantly, at the end of a hard session of high-speed lapping, the Wintersports didnít exhibit any measurable or visible wear at all"
11-26-2014 09:54 AM
beat3rfocus I bet he destroys the snow season tires faster than the no seasons.

I think tire rack did a study similar to this in the past.
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