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      12-24-2012, 07:54 AM   #32
KingOfJericho
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Maybe not everyone lives in the south, the Northeast has winters. I don't plan on racing the car? Your comment makes no sense.
Let's be honest here... you're buying the high performance model and dialing back the performance of said vehicle by using all season tires, so you shouldn't be shocked by the responses saying not to do it. I live farther north than you and we get maybe 3-5 days of snow each year so it seems a bit strange to tailor your car around those five days rather than the other 360. As others have said, all season tires aren't really good at anything other than saving from buying a second set of tires.
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