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Agree with the inputs from all. I found that in winter, I don't want to push the cornering adhesion much at all, even with the all seasons. It will step out on you with little warning and give your heart a little shot of adrenalin. I would not be personally comfortable driving a summer only tire in winter temps. I'm enjoying my life too much at present to dance with the devil!
Agreed (though it does depend on location - summer tire is probably ok to winter in Florida or southern California.

I am in upstate NY and will be switching on my snows this weekend (don't trust all seasons in the winter on a Mustang of any variety - way to slick in snow and ice). Mornings are projected to dip into the low 30's next week - a bit too cold for the MPSS I am currently running.
 

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That makes sense, saw a video of your car yesterday on Facebook about buying a GT500 vs coyote. Amazing car man, it sounds like an absolute beast


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