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I know this question has been thrown out there constantly but I'm finding it hard scanning endless posts trying to find an exact answer to my question. This is my

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Old 11-07-2011, 11:23 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I know this question has been thrown out there constantly but I'm finding it hard scanning endless posts trying to find an exact answer to my question.
This is my first winter approaching since buying my 370 & she's still wearing her original stock Bridgestones on 19inch Rays, which tires do you all recommend I switch to for all round wet, cold, snow & dry.....plus with a strong sidewall to soak up the numerous pot holes in our UK roads.
I don't have the option of having two sets of wheels/tyres for summer & winter, but I'm just worried about driving in the snow & cold with the Bridgestones.

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LM60's, stock size.

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[QUOTE=kenchan;1395834]LM60's, stock size.

LM60's are rare in the UK as our winters aren't classed severe enough to import many, so iv been told & by looking on the net :-(

What about Pilots, any good in the cold & wet over stock?

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The only all-season out there with real snow capability is the Continental ExtremeContact DWS.
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