Posted by Vin on September 24, 1999 at 00:03:09:
In Reply to: Dunlop D60 vs Goodyear GT II vs Firestone SH30 posted by Rahim on September 21, 1999 at 18:42:31:
I don't know about the Dunlop D60 in the snow. I've never heard that they've been good for anything more than some light slush. You might want to rethink your all season choices.
Personally, I run the D60 A2 and I love them. They're grippy, ride well, and are very quiet. I tried the Bridgestone RE930 for a few thousand miles and got rid of them because they were loud and the grip wasn't too impressive.
You should invest in a set of steel rims with dedicated snows for the winter. Not only will it keep your alloy wheel in good shape over the years, you can get whatever summer rubber you want without having to worry about snow traction.
I'll never go back to an all season.
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