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posted October 05, 2001 12:53 PM           Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Hi all,

I am not familiar with Bridgestone Blizzaks...but...

I just found out that the Blizzak LM does not have the multicell compound like the older WS or MZ (where only the first 55% is "winter" compound or something like that...last 45% merely all-seasons).

Does this mean that the LM will remain a "winter" tire throughout its useful lifespan?

Any thoughts? Any one has any experience with them? Is traction/handling and wear comparable to, say the Michelin Pilot Alpins
(both a H-rated tires)?

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