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    Anyone have any experience with the Bridgestone RE970s? I have heard/read that the DWSs provide great traction in bad weather, but that they have real soft sidewalls.

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    winter tires go with michelin x-ice 2. they aren't much more expensive than the blizzaks and will outlast them a season or two with the same if not better traction. As far as summer tires go my top choices are as follows. The Dunlop Star Specs, Hankook RS3, and the Michelin Pilot Super Sport. All are super sticky and have little to no sidewall roll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbikr View Post
    Anyone have any experience with the Bridgestone RE970s? I have heard/read that the DWSs provide great traction in bad weather, but that they have real soft sidewalls.

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    I have also ran the re970. Its a good tire but the traction isn't as good as the continental. they do have stiffer sidewalls but they still won't perform like a summer tire will anyway. If you want a stiff sidewall just go for the performance tire, it will change the way your car handles dramatically.

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