Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Volcano, Ca.
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Funny you mention this. I just spent some serious time with my tire guy on Saturday.
I commute long distance everyday, in a variety of terrain, weather and conditions. From bone-dry hot on the valley floor to 3000 feet and some occasional snow, both rough windy roads and open highway, all in a one hour drive....and I didn't have the $$$ for two different sets of tires and rims for Winter and Summer.
I know everyone has an opinion, but he highly recommended the Toyo Proxes ST/II for a 4 season tire for my needs. It's actually marketed as an SUV tire but I'm getting them in 255/50-18 for my SE. I'm going to be curious how they do........ Get them installed Friday morning.
Last edited by 2LZ; 11-20-2012 at 02:50 PM.