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Old 11-13-2013, 10:07 AM   #11
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Hi Steve first off there is really no such thing as an all season tire... read the fine print in the ads they all say not recommended for snow...LOL
I used to winter in Sask Canada and always used Blizzack tires.. they stick like *&^% to a cinder.... but they are not good in the summer they wear out too fast so you need 2 sets of tires and rims...

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Old 11-16-2013, 01:23 AM   #12
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Re: I need to get a grip!

Have you looked into anything like the BFG A/T? Sure, they seem like overkill at first, but they are surprisingly well mannered, heavy duty, and wear well PLUS most sizes are rated for severe snow. I used them confidently for towing too as I run them year round. Thicker sidewall. 62,000 KM on my set I traded with the truck a few weeks ago. I am currently trying some Duratracs to see what they are like, but BFG is always my go to tire.

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