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All season tires

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Hope to live long enough to have my SS delivered. No idea when. Ordered in Sept. (Black with sun roof and spare). Living in Montana I will need all season tires. Have seen snow in late May and early Sept. Has anyone had experience with Goodyear Eagle F1 Asymmetric All-Season Ultra High Performance Tires. They are made in the right sizes. Thanks!
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In general, Michelin is the way to go. There's a lot of parameters to simultaneously consider in tire performance, and Michelin does the best job on average. They are
French however, so I understand if that turns someone off :).
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In the late 90's at least, Goodyear for example spent 5x on advertising compared to Michelin. Michelin rather spent that money on R&D. Michelin made the Space Shuttle tires. They developed PAX (google it). They developed C3M. The only other tire company Michelin respects from a technical standpoint is Bridgestone. All tire companies are definitely not the same, and are certainly not pumping out equal product. Only from a crude macro level could one conclude parity.
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