My AWD Freestyle and spare set of snow tires are in the garage in Arizona. My ST on summer B'stones is in the garage here in Wisconsin. Oh well...
I drove for about 15 feet in the snow on the stock tires (on my driveway), and I almost wasn't able to make it into my garage. My driveway has a very very slight incline, and I almost had to get my wife to push me to get into the garage. The stock tires are SCARY in the cold and snow IMO.I've still been driving around on the stock tires here in Mich. It snowed last night and this morning I didn't have any issues. Then again I have never bought a pair of snow tires, so maybe I'm just used to the lack of grip?
My snows are 15"s with 185/60 tires, but most people run 195.Luckily I don't have to drive this when it snows...I can work from home whenever I need and I have a VW tiguan to get around in...next winter a set of 15's with some skinny snow tires will be on the car for sure. 185 60s or something like that should do the trick
hi, i see you have the 15 inch tires I have a question for you, Im buying 185/60/R15 88R XL tires today no wheels though im planning on buying steel black ones after i buy the tires, the guy Im buying them from online has the tires so Im just wondering if they would fit fine, ..will the brakes fit and will it catch on the wheel archers or anything, any info would be appreciated thank youMy snows are 15"s with 185/60 tires, but most people run 195.