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I don't really have a problem with the tires. I think they are fine. It's just that certain point that I find annoying. I'll look into the tsb. I have no problem driving in the winter. I'll say I am one of those assholes that still does speed limit even in a blizzard. Only time I ever got stuck was in my lowered maxima when the snow plow after a blizzard of 14 inches of snow pushed all the snow in the road at a intersection and drove into it and picked the entire car off the ground in 2010.

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We just got 2 inches of ice this week. We couldn't wait to get out and test my 14 Limited QD2 Diesel. I have the stock Michelins and it was as sure footed as a cat when in Snow mode. We found a vacant parking lot covered in black ice and experimented. Traction Control is very effective. I had to try hard to slide and could steer anyway I liked. With Traction Control off, even the forward drive from idling caused slip and drifting. I thought that was crazy until we parked and tried to walk. We could barely stand up.
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