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Author Subject: Cheap ass snow tyres
123456

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Post #1
Clicky

Worth a try especially if you live in a rural area, if it does snow anymore I'll be thinking about purchasing some black rope myself.

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Posted 6th Feb 2012 at 00:20
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Post #2
What about Christmas rope with the little lights in they'd be cool!

Good idea tho something else to keep in the car next to the de-icer Wink

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Posted 6th Feb 2012 at 01:44
owain

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I'd love to see what happened if it came loose and wrapped itself around a driveshaft.

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Posted 6th Feb 2012 at 07:51
daver6

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I'd much rather have my Insa Turbo remoulds Wink

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Posted 6th Feb 2012 at 10:13
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I'd rather my Michelin Alpin a3's Razz

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Posted 6th Feb 2012 at 10:57
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owain wrote:
I'd love to see what happened if it came loose and wrapped itself around a driveshaft.


That reminds me of a video i saw on YouTube of a guy messing with his missus' car for shits and giggles, he tied cable ties round the drive shafts so it made a horrible clackety noise and she freaked out about it Laugh

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Posted 6th Feb 2012 at 10:59
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welshpug! wrote:
I'd rather my Michelin Alpin a3's Razz


I had Conti Winter Contacts last year and they were AMAZING!

These Insa's are shit really, just softer rubber rather than a winter compound. BUT, they haven't left me stranded anywhere.

The only downside is that I got them at the end of November with 10mm tread. They're not destroyed and have ~2mmRoll eyes

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Posted 6th Feb 2012 at 11:28
phillipm

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Got a nice set of uber soft autograss tyres full of sipes if we get any good stuff...

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