Removing studs from snow tires.
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    Removing studs from snow tires.

    Just a quick question, I know you can easily remove the studs from the snow tires, WD40 needle nose pliers and elbow grease.
    I found so one seasonal use on some tires locally, used on a 335 xi. But they're studded. I don't like the loud noise on the road when it's not snowing and I dont think i need the studs for the awd wrx anyways.

    Is it ok to just remove them? And proceed as usual?
    Any help will be appreciated thanks.

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    I have studdable General Altimax. Bought them without the studs. So it shouldn't be a problem if you take them off. You should probably also check for punctures once you take them off.
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