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      11-19-2012, 04:15 AM   #3
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coming from somewhere with lots of snow and cold temps...you can't even compare snows vs all seasons. The rubber compound is so much better on snows for winter conditions. Snow tires are actually a must during winter months here and punishable by fine. For safety, I would definitely get snows especially on a rear drive car pushing that much power...not even a question. You'll notice a huge difference between the two.