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    I'll echo what others have said - with a proper set of snow tires, these cars are incredible in the snow. I grew up in the snowbelt of NE Ohio, and now live in Boulder, CO, making weekly trips into the mountains all year long. Agreed on the Blizzaks comments as well, they are good, but not the best. I'm running Dunlop Wintersport 3D's for the third season this year, and they are a really great tire.

    Sell your Bronco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoopster View Post
    *hakkapeliitta and they're frickin' AWESOME!!

    Factory studded or stud less either way a snow slaying beast. I've never ran a hakka myself but lotsa customers happy that do.

    Although for the Nokian brand I've run five sets of Vativa's over 200,000 miles on my trailblazer and would again if they hadn't dropped a great tire.

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