Firestone SH30 vs Bridgestone RE930 ???

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Posted by LG on September 25, 1998 at 11:56:46:

I have read all of the posts here on SH30/RE930.

What's the consensus on the Firehowk SH30 vs. the RE930?
Tirerack says the SH30 is better than the RE930 because:
+ it's newer
+ better wet traction
+ better snow traction
+ not weaker than the RE930 in any other area

They are the same price for 215/60R15.
I want to use them on my Maxima SE and I will do a little snow driving.
Tirerack says that even though their customer survey says that
the RE930 only gets a 5.9 on snow traction, they feel it is really
better than that. They say many of their employees really like the
930's in snow (in Illinois), and they say that the SH30 is even better
in snow.

can any one confirm any of this? What should I buy:
RE930, SH30 or other?


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