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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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    Moved to wheels/tires.

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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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