Originally Posted by Alter
Never thought of Canadian Tire. They are exactly what I'm looking for.
I haven't looked for rubber yet but assumed once I got the rims I might buy local tires since I live in a small town I have very limited choices on just about everything or even bite the duty bullet and get rubber from down in the states (were 6 minutes from the Idaho border). If the rims are just for winter then I'll get snow tires and not have to change rubber..just change the whole tire in spring and being a chrome mag I just can't go to any tire shop to swap rubber for the fear of damaging the chrome rim.
Leaving for Lethbridge on the weekend so going today to verify CT in Lethbridge has those rims instock and save myself 5% of the HST right off the top for shopping in Alberta. Gotta love the BC HST Tax =12%
Thanks for the reply
You should also consider buying tires online and having them shipped to you, but with how big and heavy they can be, shipping might be a lot! Since you live 6 minutes from the Idaho boarder you might as well go their, crazy how cheap things are stateside!
Keeping a seasonal wheel and tire combo is the best way to go about it, saves you money in the long run and so quick and easy to do.
Your welcome! I've been in the car game for a while so I do know quite a few things!
Keep us posted on your winter wheel and tire setup.