For me at the end of the day, if I have the means to have 2 sets of rims and tires, I could get twice the wear from all the tires. That's 99% of it, a sort of economy or stretching the lasting of the tires. Sprucing up the car for the summer months, and not sacrificing the ride, and my back, for looks, I will get some aluminum rims too. I mean it has to be a negligible difference between the two, most new cars ARE riding on alloys, from day new.
Originally Posted by Loren
The second thing is my stock steelie rims are starting to look haggard lol. So what who cares, tires are both wow factor, and in January, the first thing people ignore looks wise with cars in winter-weather Canada lol
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