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Bfgoodrich g-force comp 2 A/S

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    I've had these tires in since the middle of July with about 10,000 miles on them. I have them on all 4 wheels. For an all season they do remarkably well on dry and wet pavement. During the warm months they really stick. I can get them to chirp but that's about it. They don't noticeably hydroplane at highway speeds. As far as snow, I'm sure in light snow they may do well. However, in deep snow I can't it to budge. I can't completely blame to tires due to an open differential and about 8 inches of snow. In every other weather condition they do exceptionally well. They do have noticeable road noise due to the aggressive tread pattern but they look very good.
    Spence306 wrote:
    I've had these tires in since the middle of July with about 10,000 miles on them. I have them on all 4 wheels. For an all season they do remarkably well on dry and wet pavement. During the warm months they really stick. I can get them to chirp but that's about it. They don't noticeably hydroplane at highway speeds. As far as snow, I'm sure in light snow they may do well. However, in deep snow I can't it to budge. I can't completely blame to tires due to an open differential and about 8 inches of snow. In every other weather condition they do exceptionally well. They do have noticeable road noise due to the aggressive tread pattern but they look very good.

    yeah even if the compound could work in cold weather (non-summer tire) the tread doesn't have the biting edges needed to work in snow. I am not surprised it wouldn't move in snow. Did a google image search to see the tread. I bet it is great in the wet, like you were saying. Almost reminds me of an earlier version of F1 rain tires!

    Had to use a board to get traction to get out. Lol in slush and ice I didn't have any issue moving this evening. It's a very sticky tire and the responsiveness of the tires is amazing. With the few snowstorms we get in southern VA I think I will keep them. Lol the only real drawback I've seen is the noise. But with the tread pattern it's to be expected. Oh and they aren't very expensive either.
    UPDATE: These tires suck. Got around 25k out of them before replacement. Tread is down to the wear bars on all 4. They started riding rough and having flat spots really bad. They are okay on dry pavement, but I could still chirp them when I wanted, okay in rain when new or at 25% treadware, and absolutely useless in snow. Got stuck many times in light snow cover. These tires look cool. That's really about it for them. I can't say I recommend them unless you want a tire for looks and not performance. Replaced with Nitto Motivos.
    Thanks spence for the update! I think this is important for people to see in case they're looking at this for a new tire. Of real-world experience, not some fan-boy stuff of "oh those look awesome".. Looks and real-world performance can be two, completely different things.
    Sounds good mark! Thanks for stickying it bud!
    no problem making it a sticky! Thinking that when people go to search they'll find this up at the top. Need to know what lasts and what doesn't for our tc!
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