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      10-29-2012, 08:01 PM   #11
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Join Date: May 2012
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Originally Posted by trfortin View Post
those are thin, which is a good thing. I'm running 205's so hopefully it won't be to bad. I'm in new england, it could be hit or miss during the winters, usually we get 1/2 dozen snow storms and they do a great job at plowing/salting usually the only time I'll have an issue is if i actually get caught at work during a snow storm that starts late morning or afternoon and I have to drive home from work. I'm on the coast so it's not to hilly on my way to work. I don't plan on driving the car during snow storms if I can help it.
I originally purchased these based on the reviews and price too... but i guess you need to take it with a grain of salt unless the reviews come from your region.

You'll be fine if theres not much snow on the ground. Throw on a few big boxes of kitty litter or sandbags in the trunk...will help for better grip and in case you get stuck, just shovel the sand/kitty litter around the tires for traction. Be safe!