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    Quote Originally Posted by Callahan View Post
    I also wish Subaru would at least offer all season tires as a no cost option. I don't drive my car at it's limits. I'm just an average Joe who enjoys a fun car. I swapped out the summer tires for all season tires on my 2013 WRX. I live in Ohio. A choice would be a good thing.
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    Question to you new 2013 WRX owners: If our WRX came stock with All Season Ultra High Performance tires -vs- Summer Performance tires (just a few years ago: Subaru only provided the WRX with A/S tires) ...would you still feel the need to swap to dedicated snow and summer tires?
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    2013 WRX-Just replaced the Stock Summer Tires Today with UHP All Season From Mavis

    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo058 View Post
    I always drove on all-seasons before I got my WRX. No problems. I bought a set of Hankook iPike winter tires and wheels for the WRX. On a snowy morning, I went around a corner just a little bit faster than I would have with all-seasons, and hit a curb with the back end. The front end did what I wanted it to, but the back end slid out and I broke a wheel. Luckily no suspension damage, as it made a loud bang. Part of the problem is that with TPMS I have to keep like 35psi in the tires, or the TPMS light comes on. I would like to run 20-25psi on those snowy, icy roads. In conclusion, I haven't found a good solution yet, despite spending lots and lots of $$$.
    Ignore your tpms light. Mine is on all winter. It's not that bad.

    Sorry to hear about the incident though.
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