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      09-24-2012, 10:20 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by WingZeroX5 View Post
There's no such thing as unnecessary and overkill when it comes to fluff on the ground. You need as much traction and stopping power as you can get on snowy roads just as you would like on dry summer roads. IIRC, a RWD w/ snows > AWD w/ all seasons. AWD w/ snows = tank

But, of course, it's your choice
good price on the wheels. I agree about the snow tires on AWD cars. I've easily driven past them in my rwd 335i w/ snows while they are struggling on their all seasons
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