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This will come in handy when I travel north!
I got those tires and a set of decent looking rims last year for like $850. They were fantastic in the snowy/icy mix we usually get here in philly. Just do it quick cause they will sell out of those REVO1's pretty soon im sure.
$120/tire for me.
I have Blizzak WS-60s that I got for ~$1000 with 4 ASA wheels. I prefer them to the Revo 1 (which I had on my last car) simply because of the tread design seems to better fit the demand where I live - Revo 1 are better in dryer conditions and ride comfort, but for me, the WS-60s are a better tire. They're a really good tire. My family has been using Blizzak tires for many years, and they've never let us down.
Last edited by EJ257; 12-15-2007 at 03:13 PM.
I thought you were supposed to just keep the gas hammered down the e-brake in the right hand and practice the "Scandinavian flick" around every corner.
One thing to note, in all my winters driving through the Sierras, I have seen more Subaru outbacks flipped in snow banks than any other car. I also have had more of them pass me at outrageous speeds in teh snow. Funny how that correlates.
Sometimes I feel Invisavincables like eric