Or you could throw some new winter treads on for the snow and get another summer out of the GAs too right?95Intrepisize said:I know, sorry bus, I hate it too. I have some Goodyear GA's that are on my stock rims I will be using for winter. Rather than sell them cheaply, I thought about siping them and getting a winter out of them.
True dat! Isn't the GA an all-season tire as it is, if I recall? Maybe not... I know the Michelin Energys I have on now wouldn't do jack **** in the snow last winter, had to swap them out real quick.95Intrepisize said:True, but when the summer hits, I like riding with my Chrome 17s and new tires.
Siping also reduces handling. If your tread blocks are cut, they are weaker and will fold over in an aggressive turn, heavy braking or acceleration.MikeW said:
I can't compare them, but I can tell you that after I put a set of Blizzak REVO1 225.60.16 on my Impala last winter, it was like turning the lights on. Those suckers even stick to ice. And it felt like I turned the Chevy into a Cadillac, too, the ride improved incredibly from the BFG TA/H on there.95Intrepisize said:Looking at the
Bridgestone Blizzak REVO 1 versus Michelin Pilot Alpin PA2. Any preferences?