RACERX009 Posted January 16, 2010 Report Share Posted January 16, 2010 Ok, I'll start off with admitting I'm not the sharpest pencil in the box!!! But my car is driven year round except when snow falls. So, I be cruising around in this nice freezing temps. I said damn my car is loving this cold air smoking the tires at a nice roll doing hole shots up to 3rd gear. Then, I almost wiped out going around a turn that wasn"t hairy driving normal speed so I shoot up to New Paltz hit the turns and the car is butt out like in the drifting races. I head home and pull up the tires on Tirerack and its say's not to drive these tires in freezing conditions!!!! So, I guess doing over a hundred would have been a disaster . I guess ultra high performance all season tires would have been a better choice. Tire rack has low prices on Contiental extreme all season DWS !! I priced out for rear 20x10 315/35/ 20 for 230.00 each and front starting at 142.00. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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