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I put new tires on Cayenne turbo 04. Guy I bought from told me it had Pirellis at 60%. What I got were two continental 4x4 contacts in back at about 50% a Pirelli p zero driver front at about 60% but dry rotted and a Pirelli Rosso at about 20% front passanger. SUV was shipped from Cali to Minneapolis where I drove 200 miles north in a snowstorm home. Scary skid monster. Needless to say Ticked off. Got new tires on yesterday. Dunlop Wintersport 3d 265 50 19. This thing sticks like glue now. This tire is fantastic. Quite too. I know most of you don't need to worry about snow ice or cold but for those of you who do these are it. I have a couple of suburbans. I have an '01 6.0 l 2500 (3/4 ton)that is a plow truck as well as daily driver. Have another 99 2500 with a 7.4. These things go through lots of snow. Plus honda accord that has to go in snow. Always use all seasons and everything goes through alot of snow. Suburbans go through heavy snow. So I know what works. Never had these tires or a full time all wheel drive. Thought the all wheel would really be a liability since there would be resistance at all four ends all the time rather than some free wheel. Was a major problem with the slicks. Classic sports car in the winter type thing. Not now. This will go with the suburbans except for the ground clearance. Just wanted to give the thumbs up to these tires. Heavy snow, slush, packed powder, whispy snow on glare ice. Its -4 degrees right now. Guy still thinks I'm wrong for calling him on the tires...his mind thinks that his description is accurate.