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Old 05-21-2019, 02:27 PM   #6
CowTownRacer
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There really isn't that much snow here. You can live without winter tires if you are staying to the populated areas. If you plan to drive in the mountains during the winters, I would suggest investing in a good set of steelies and winter tires. I will probably have a set FS in the coming months, since I'm retiring the GTI from winter driving and buying a truck to deal with my winter driving needs.

But 600-700 is all you need for a new set of steelies and winter tires and its worth every penny if you're actually driving in winter conditions (Calgary, Canada native originally).
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