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      11-14-2012, 12:01 AM   #7
the1andonly
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Drives: black on black 128i manual
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I'm going to mention in case you aren't already aware...winter tires use a much softer rubber compound to grip the ice better...but that means less traction on dry roads, especially above freezing. And being made of softer rubber, I'd suggest easing up on the throttle if you want them to last more than one winter, soft rubber wears much faster...