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SNOW UPDATE:

Holy balls these tires are good. Wet, heavy snow you still slide around a bit, but no where near the level of the FR710's. However, when it got really cold today and the snow became "dryer", that's where the tires really shine. Traction for days. My car is almost a 4x4, Lol! Ice traction is surprisingly decent too, we didn't salt our lot the other day and I played around in it.

Now I'm not saying to go barreling around corners, but if you are looking for a true all-season tire, this definitely is the best choice. I wouldn't look anywhere else.

I think I have about 5-6k miles on them with no visible wear.

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Have you ever driven on Blizzaks? If so can you compare them? I know these are all season, but I am at a crossroads myself. I want to buy some LTZ 18" rims for summer and put snows on my 16's, but I have no 18's yet and my Firestones are almost dead. I really didn't want to buy everything at once, hence the question.:whatdoyouthink:
 

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Never did get that giant snowstorm, so no update on that part.

Did get an oil change and an inspection today. All 4 tires are at 10/32.

Specs from the Goodyear website state that they come with 11/32, so I guess they did wear a little bit.
Whats the mileage on the tires?
 
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