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Old 11-09-2018, 09:16 AM   #11
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Yeah I see the logic that if I'm swapping tires, using all seasons is a little silly.

In the past when I used full snows they were too squishy for my taste on dry roads. But they were also 205 width so it's hard to compare.

In the Teslas weird size if 235/45-R18 I can get the

Xice xi3: likely better in snow but worse in dry. Had them on the wagon in 205 and they were mush in the dry (H / XL rated)

Sottozero 3: had these on the e46 and really liked them in the dry. But never really used them in snow. (V rated)

Blizzak LM001: don't know anything about them (V and XL rated). Maybe this one checks all the boxes
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