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Old 09-19-2017, 09:27 AM   #1
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Do you guys prefer to have a second set of wheels for winter or do you just swap out the tires? For me I found it easier and way more cost effective to get a second set and swap them out myself.
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I have multiple vehicles so I don't have to swap tires and wheels. I just park the stang for the winter.
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I have multiple vehicles so I don't have to swap tires and wheels. I just park the stang for the winter.
X2 - My Stang is officially in hibernation. I drive my little 'Yota to work and back (70 miles per day) now, and the F150 is on stand-by for bad weather. The Wife has the same thing.... an Escape as her DD, with an Expedition on stand-by.
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The tires of course. It is not hard to swap them yourself and it is less expensive to keep a different set of tires, instead of a different set of wheels.
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