Re: 205-55-15 size substitution for Mazda 626


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Posted by JPS on July 13, 1998 at 17:16:59:

In Reply to: 205-55-15 size substitution for Mazda 626 posted by Bill Mathews on July 11, 1998 at 23:23:47:

re: Dunlop D60A2 and snow.
I don't have any experience with the Bridgestone but my wife's Escort GT has the Dunlops and I would say that they don't have good snow traction. We purchased them during the winter. The first year they worked fine in the snow. By the second winter, 12-15k miles later, they were terrible in the snow. With even a dusting of snow, it wouldn't go up the slightest inclines. We now have a set of snowtires for the winter that work great and still use the Dunlops in the warmer months, which do work well in the rain and on dry roads even with 35k miles.




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