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    Bought some snow wheels for the winter

    Picked up a set of cheap wheels with blizzaks on them for 400.

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    Nice, can you feel the difference in the snow?

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    Well the summer tires were undriveable in the snow. These let the car go anywhere, provided I had the ground clearance to not get high centered on a snow drift.
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    In winter, having the right tires on your vehicle is more important than ever. Snow, salt, and harsh winter weather can ruin aluminum wheels. If you are looking for a way to preserve those high-dollar wheels in wintertime, snow wheels are the best choice. On a cautionary note front- or all-wheel drive is a much better choice for traction than rear-wheel drive

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by emmajacob Click here to enlarge
    In winter, having the right tires on your vehicle is more important than ever. Snow, salt, and harsh winter weather can ruin aluminum wheels. If you are looking for a way to preserve those high-dollar wheels in wintertime, snow wheels are the best choice. On a cautionary note front- or all-wheel drive is a much better choice for traction than rear-wheel drive
    I did fine with rear wheel drive, and my wheels are ceramic coated so they hold up really well to winter conditions. But you are correct, having a dedicated set of winter wheels is a good idea in cold regions. Im glad I found a set for really cheap complete with snow tires already mounted.
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