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Old 06-14-2006, 04:02 PM   #11
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I just received a reply to an email I sent to the TireRack about LRR tires for my car. Here it is. By the way, the size I asked about was P185-70-14.
BY LRR I am guessing you mean low rolling resistance. The Bridgestone
B381 is used on the Insight Hybrid and is optimized for low
resistance/fuel economy, and it comes in your size. It can handle light
snow, so a winter like last winter they would probably be ok, although
they are nowhere near as good as a true snow tire in serious winter

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