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    Winter Tires

    Getting my winter tires today, looking at Blizzak ws60,s.. Am I over looking a better tire gor my 09 wrx... All help is greatly appreciated... Thank you...

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    Yes, Dunlop WinterSport 3D or Blizzak LM-25.
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    I have Yokohama Ice Guard IG20s stud-less winter tires and love them. I put them on at the first snow and leave them on until early spring.

    I wish everybody had winter tires where I live, they must give +100% traction and the WRX is amazing with a set of winter tires. Some people think winter tires are only for snow, but they're made of a softer rubber compound that performs great even on dry roads in temperatures under 45 degrees.
    -Chris

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    I own an 09 WRX and have Blizzak WS-60's on it right now. We just got our first descent snow fall of the year last night so we'll see how they handle this morning! All I can say so far is that they are some beasty looking tires!
    2009 Subaru WRX (Hatch/Satin White Pearl) (*SOLD!*)

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