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Have had them on through 13" of snowfall, slushy roads, icy roads, and dry/wet pavement. 215/55/16. I am very pleased with them. Much better than the stock RE92's. Braking has much improved on snowpacked roads. And a somewhat inexpensive tire. Around $320 shipped from Vulcantire.com

Brian
 

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Thanks for the endorsement. I'm definitely leaning towards them. That's a good price, too.
 

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I have a friend who has these on his Forester - he reckons they are pretty good too.
 

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I have a set too:

http://tinyurl.com/4ulkq

down the bottom of that link. Even though they are on the wider side, 225/50-17 , they have been doing very nicely in the snow and mush we've been getting here. They are also very good in the dry. I've been very happy with them so far. The price is hard to beat too consider how well they work.
 
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