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Old 09-16-2013, 11:10 PM
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Ran the Toyo's OC M/Ts on an old work truck and was less than impressed with them on snow/ice compared to other tires I've run. They have a larger contact pad which doesn't do well on ice at all, and there's little to no sipping so they don't grip. If I was looking for a Toyo winter tire I'd stick with the M55, they're pretty nifty in our winter weather. The Nittos don't have any sipping either with a large contact patch and they can skate pretty good, they're also a softer compound that hardens up more in the really cold days and will spin easier. The Dura grappler is their best tire for the snow/ice with the terra grappler coming in second.
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