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Originally Posted by IdahoFreshies View Post
Oh really? So explain why I watched truck after truck after SUV slide down an ice covered Forrest service access road (hunting party leaving) while i went down it and didn't break traction once. Sorry, but your advice sucks. I have used them and I know to a ton people that use them and they are an awesome tire and do great in the winter.
You are not the only one with those tires and live up on a hill. Come back when you have sheets of ice every morning just getting out of the garage on a 12 degree incline. Never mind the hilly tight streets. If you feel those are great, all the best to you. Do yourself a favor though, try Nokian Hakas or continental ice contacts back to back with these and see how "awesome" they are in comparison. I think you'd be surprised.

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