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I made the mistake of not getting a set of steel wheels last year, contemplating getting those this year to save on future mounting costs.
Be sure to get the proper lug nuts for whatever wheels you buy. Frequently the lugs nuts that are designed for your factory wheels will not seat on steel and some other alloy wheels.
 

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I am looking for rims for winters for this upcoming season. Does anyone know if
MOMO Win 2 Alloy Wheel 18 inch
would support the load rating, i cant find anything on rims for load ratings. Anyone have suggestions on where to look?

Was trying to find some used Chrysler rims locally, but havent had any luck yet.
 

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I am looking for rims for winters for this upcoming season. Does anyone know if
MOMO Win 2 Alloy Wheel 18 inch
would support the load rating, i cant find anything on rims for load ratings. Anyone have suggestions on where to look?

Was trying to find some used Chrysler rims locally, but havent had any luck yet.
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Hey Fellas, need some advice here. I have 20 inchers falken (Oem) installed on my pachy. With winters about to come in, what would be a good set up? Should I step down to 17 or 18 inchers? Which brand is recommended. This will be my first winter in Canada.
 

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Hey Fellas, need some advice here. I have 20 inchers falken (Oem) installed on my pachy. With winters about to come in, what would be a good set up? Should I step down to 17 or 18 inchers? Which brand is recommended. This will be my first winter in Canada.
Michelin X ice and Bridgestone Blizzak if you go to Costco. Continental Winter Contact SI Plus available at Canadiantire are very good tires, i have it on my BMW sedan, good grip and quiet. Definitely recommend going down to 17 or 18 inch tires/rims. Some of the roads get really bad with potholes that can potentially detroy rims and tires. The 17 inch will have a higher side wall and protect the rims as well as cheaper to replace. You may want to check the clearance of the rotors and calipers, I believe the AWD have bigger brake setup and cant go down to 17 inch, in that case 18 inch will be the best option.
 

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My dealers is running a deal on the Goodyear Assurance Weatherready All-Season tires, $1010 installed with the Mopar 24month warranty and 4 wheel alignment included. I have been very unsatisfied with the stock Falken tires and normally I do a set of snow tires for the winter. Are these tires that good that I would not need winter tires? I am just outside of Chicago and "Winter is coming!". Also, how is the road noise on the Weatherready tires? The Tire Rack rated them pretty well.

Thanks!
 
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