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Camino LS6

Considering a set of winter tires

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...for the Tahoe.

They are cheap, and have good reviews (Firestone Winterforces).

Opinions?

I put a couple Winterforce tires on the rear of the LS and they are doing a great job. I have no problems in snow anymore, and there even seems to be better grip on ice.

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Excellent...however...4 Blizzacks+Miata=winter fun.

Snow tires are the way to go...

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Yeah, but the deal was too good to pass up. With good tires and functional 4x4, snow will not be a problem. The Tahoe is now worlds better than it was this morning.

-good tires

-I discovered the source of the nasty vibration it had while it was on the lift and fixed it( the idiot who replaced the transfer case before I bought it forgot to tighten the bolts holding in the rear U-joint and it had become very loose)

-The same fool had turned the idle up for some reason.

-Inspection and emissions are now done

-4x4 is now functional (actuator was bad)

It's like a completely different vehicle now.

A good day.

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Tahoe?

I think I missed a car purchase.

Good pick up on the set. Good to see it up and ready for winter...

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Tahoe?

I think I missed a car purchase.

Good pick up on the set. Good to see it up and ready for winter...

There's a pic in the "Barn door" thread.

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There's a pic in the "Barn door" thread.

Ah, she looks great!

I would really like to have a Tahoe/Burb of that era...

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