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Best Winter Tire

carl ekblom

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10 /15 years ago Pirellis were the ones to use if there was snow on the ground. I don't think it was as good if just pureley cold.

I am pretty sure IRC are the ones. I have posted this info before - Speaking to Mick Andrews whilst practising near his house one winter he asked how my Michelin was gripping. His comment was that the Michelin rubber goes hard in the cold but the IRC compound is a lot softer so stays supple in the cold weather. But IRC in the warmth of spain he said you had to run at least 5 - 7 psi in it as it was so soft.

Seems like you need to give an IRC a try!

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