We both live in the same town. You don't need snow tires living here in KC. Waste of money. BTW, welcome to the boards.x_00trepes_X35 said:What brand would you go with. Ive always heard goog things about Michellin but im shure thers something a little bit better out there.
I have the dunlop ds2 as well. They are very nice tires.... i agree about the wear but they are very good over many others for the price /tire.Warlord187 said:Snow tires or not, you will still slide on ice.
I have been using Dunlop Graspics DS-2 for the last two years and like them very much. I believe you get more snow up there than I here. If I still lived on the west side of the state (lake effect country) I would be looking at the Nokian winter tires. My next set after the Dunlops go bad (they are wearing very nicely though) may very well be a set of Nokian.
Good times HEHE... i did that at my old school one time. Not as bad since studs are illegal in Ontario (unless u live up north) but it left a nice black streak on the ground. Im pretty sure that messed up the tires but it was a lot of fun, didnt know the trep could take it HEHE... In the winter my fronts always slip in the rain. Ive learned to be a little more careful with the throttle.00r/t.mopar.muscle said:I have studs in my snow tires. They're great on ice but not on pavement. When I put thme on I felt like I was driving my cavalier again. I ahve to be careful taking off too. Got pissed at the parents one day last winter and peeled out of the driveway. There is now a row of grooves going the length of it :biggrin: