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Wondering if any of you guys had any experience with the following tires.

Work commute covers some backroads, hilly curvy roads, and a lot of itnerstate and bridges, so a good mix of all types of winter driving is required.

Previously had good experience with Firestone Winterforce 2 tires, but looks like they are not in a good price range for my tire size of 205/60/16 like they were for 185 65&70 14 for the old civic and accord.

Just browsing ebay, found a couple options. Thoughts??

Joyroad Rx818

Toyo Observe Gsi-5

HANKOOK WINTER ICEPT IZ2 W616

Presa Pi01 Winter
 

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Hate to be that guy but the hakka 8 studs we got for the family car are heroically good. They grip on fresh snow like its wet out on quality touring all seasons. Blow the hell outta the i pike studs I run. Night and day. Ice? Packed? Ruts? Forget it exists.

If theres a hakka available in stud or studless I'd spend the money. They are the most freakin fun you can have in the snow w fwd.
 

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If I were to choose a winter tire, I will go with Hankook IcePT but I never tried to run it in my car. Researching about these brands/products will give you an idea of which set to run since winter is coming.
 

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I bought Firestone Winterforce II's 10 months ago. Im good for this winter ha!
 
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