Yes it does Luke, but if he is switching between summers and winters on the same rims, tha...
Yes it does Luke, but if he is switching between summers and winters on the same rims, that cost be be saved by buying another set of wheels.
What I really mean to say is, since smaller wheels will fit on the C, why would one buy 18" winters when 16" would have worked better, since you can get Q-rated 16" tires. 18" winters are mostly H-rated, which the C doesn't really need.
agreed ... but what would he do with the 18's he already has ???? sell them and take a los...
agreed ... but what would he do with the 18's he already has ???? sell them and take a loss on them and spend more money for the 16's ... your point is a good, valid and correct one but, since the person who started this thread doesn't feel the need to respond maybe he has already made his decision
I have the original set of the mb sport package wheels, 1 set of 18 inch carlsson wheels which I will use it in snow and I am planning to purchase another 19 inches for the spring.
I already think about the hassle of switching the tires from summer to winter and back to summer again and instead of change the tires only, why don't I change the rims, so I will not get bored on my car.
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