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    Hello all, would like to introduce my self and my new car. I just purchased a 2010 wrx limited with 15k on the clock. as I am a fanatic about maintaining my vehicles i would l ike any and all tips for keeping my car in tip top shape. I also would like input on the best snow tires (without studs) that you can buy. I live and work in the sierras of california/nevada....

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    Welcome, for my car im doing everything i can to maintain it so im following subarus recommended maintenance (doing it myself not the dealer) The snow tires i have are firestone winterforce, they so far have been great in the snow and are somewhat cheap
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    Welcome and congrats on the car. I'm running studded general altimax artics, I chose them because they seem to rate well on tire rack even without the studs. They have done well taking me over a mountain pass or two on my way to the ski areas.
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    There is no overall "best" winter tire. What you looking to spend? Are you looking for regular snow tires or performance snows?
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    Quote Originally Posted by snow View Post
    I live and work in the sierras of california/nevada....
    That explains the username...welcome
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    thanks for all the welcomes, I am looking for a good performance winter tire studless. my comute covers a lot of black road so the studs would wear too quickly. in looking to go no more than $800-$1000 on them. I will be mounting on seperate set of wheels so as soon as the snow stops there are coming off. looking at blizzacks or toyo observe's, any personal input?

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