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Michelin Harmony

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#1 ejlain


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Posted 29 January 2004 - 06:16 PM

Hi. Just got 4 new Michelin Harmony tires installed on my 98 Legacy L AWD. With 4 new tires and a front end alignment, it's like driving a brand new car!! The Michelins really seem to do well in the snow too. Had a few inches here in PA past few days and I was plowing thru it. FWIW, I'd recommend the Harmonies to anyone looking.

- Ed

#2 Sydfloyd44


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Posted 29 January 2004 - 11:59 PM

I'll 2nd that!! Had mine put on about 3 weeks ago and I am definately happy with the purchase. Paid $95. each. I think there was a thread recently about all season tires but I wanted to wait till I could test them a bit.
Ed, I have been playing in the same snow as I am a little west of you.

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