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I just can't find this size in wintertires.. I wanna keep my 68m wheels under my car (I love em).

Anyone??
 

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I checked their websites but nowhere 245/40/17.. Any other ideas????
 

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Great! Thanks
 

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What size?? The 245-40-17????
 

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best tire

I have driven on blizzaks 22's pilot alpina and think the best handling tire by far is the bridgestone M2's, the blizzaks are about 20 percent better for snow, but the M2's are awesome as a winter performance tire. Not as good as Khumo performance tires in the summer but very good.
 

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Keep in mind that narrower tires work better in the rain and especially snow. Most people get 205/50-17 or 225/45-17 winter tires.
 

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Jspeed said:
Keep in mind that narrower tires work better in the rain and especially snow. Most people get 205/50-17 or 225/45-17 winter tires.
Correct. Narrower tire cuts through snow much better.
 

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I know.. but I don't want to buy an extra set of wheels.. and 225 doesn't fit well on the rear 68M wheels..
 

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dennisf said:
I know.. but I don't want to buy an extra set of wheels.. and 225 doesn't fit well on the rear 68M wheels..
Just curious, why not? Re-mounting the tires twice a year is inconvenient and it weakens the beads.
 

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ONLY ONE BRIDGESTONE BLIZZAK

check what kind you want for snow,ice. and they have a 18" ones that i have lm22 can't beat 4 wheels with them. you will drive better thru snow than 4 by 4
bobm3 :thumbup: :thumbup:
 
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