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Old 11-07-2013, 07:48 AM   #10
BDBoxster
Medicated Open-Air Driver
 
Join Date: Jan 2013
Location: NJ
Posts: 46
Continental DWS

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Originally Posted by Timco View Post
Michelin All season (forgot the type exactly but most expensive) or the Goodyear Eagle?

Thoughts? Snow, ice, the usual but typically dry in winter. I'll probably just leave these on into summer.
I put 225/45/ZR17 on front and 255/40/ZR17 on rear then a full alignment. I don't track my car but drive it daily. Excellent tires. I have Michelin A/S on my MB wagon 4-matic and they are very good, as well. I went with the DWS for the Boxster because of several rec's and their known premium quality for a a/s tire. I paid $675 (including tax) for 4 new DWS tires mounted and balanced.
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