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Well, I decided with the weather going the way it is, it's time to get my stockers back on so I can actually get traction. I painted the caps, enjoy heh.

 

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On a side note, the stock tires feel like bicycle tires compared to my wide arse summer tires haha.

Left the lot from Kaltire (they did the switch for free haha), they turn very easy now haha.
 

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I get nooooooo traction on the wet pavement here.
 

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lol, great way to get ready for the winter. Fortunately for me, it doesn't snow around here, so nobody has to change their shit :p
 

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Renesis said:
wtf

you'll burn then in no time

you should not put 'em on until it's lower than about 7degrees C
Guess I should clarify, I was talking Vancouver winter tires AKA All Seasons. They're the stock tires haha.
 

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I'm getting winter tires this week... I don't know what the weather is like for the rest of the world but I agree with denlou.. we have the next 3 weeks planned out on the news for rain and the tractions on my all seasons are crap. I burnout from stop every time.. the roads are really wet/oily/no traction! Ugh.. Looks like I'll take a trip into Washington.. save myself $200-$300 with the way the dollar is :D
 

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im already on steelies
 
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