Anonymous: No tire lasts 10 yrs...get real Nov 1, 11
Anonymous: I work for a tire shop in the pacific northwest and have been putting on tires with DOT# dates ranging from 2 years to stuf built in the late 80s. Tires will last you years and years depending on how you drive and the care you have for your tires. To help tires last longer it is best to ensure correct air pressure and exposure to the elements (proper storage durring the off months).60 min put on a special about needing to change your tires every 7 years which is bogus. Life expectancy depends on tire care, vehicle maintence, and exposure to UV radiation. I have in my store at this moment tires that were built in 65 still looking like the day they were shiped to us (plus a lot of dust). Not saying i would run a tire that old and that has been out in the sun the whole time but just looking at your tires can give you an indication of how long your snow tires will last you. Dec 3, 11
Anonymous: I had a set of original x ice tires for 8 winters. Oct 6, 14
Anonymous: I can only say I would buy it again if I needed a second pair. I bought it for size. It has turned into a work horse. Saves on water bill and cleans great. Reading the manual thoroughly will eliminate the negative reviews I have read on this site. Dec 15, 11
Deborah: I have the same washing machine Samsung WF-J1254 and have had it only about 3 years and I have the set and the washing machine is a piece of crap it will not take the water out after it tries to wash I have it on the lowest cycle now and it doest even finish washing my clothes I believe its the Pump myself because I have to empty by hand all the time so can't wash with it any more after only 3 years no more Samsung For Me. Oct 23, 12
Erik: Agreed. I've used this model as well, and it's pretty amazing. It may be overkill if you live in a suburban neighborhood, but if you have a long driveway, then this is an amazing purchase. It'll be there for the long haul. Honda small engines are so reliable, they'll last for years. Nov 20, 10
Anonymous: The best snowblowers made come from Honda. No junk B&S engines here! If you can afford it you be happy you bought it. I am. Dec 12, 10
Anonymous: best I've ever used, in heavy wet snow or dry, no way to stop it Feb 29, 12
Amanie: Nice, I've had my eye on one of these. The previous version was definitely not worth the money though; it had a really short battery life and was not very powerful. The long reach wand on this one has me intrigued. Oct 5, 11
Anonymous: where did u buy these cleats from? Ive been looking 4 these in a mens size 10 and cant find them anywhere Aug 31, 11
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