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What size of winter tires should I get for my toyota venza 2010 ?

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SOURCE: Looking for winter tires and rims

I use Riken Raptor all weather tires and they work great and go for about 60 a tire. Not bad 60k warrenty. :) I love them.

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Posted on Sep 24, 2009

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BFGoodrich makes a REALLY nice tire for the beetle that fits on the stock alloy rims. If you have the 16 inch rims you'll probably need to be running 205/55/r16's. I can't remember the exact name, but they make some decent winter treads. Either way, the beetle isn't the greatest in the snow so I fixed my problem in a different manner.

I got 4 rims off a beetle from the junk yard and put 215/55/r16's on them. They are a winter tread from Hercules Tire. They really helped my 01 beetle in the snow. It may have been expensive, but they keep wear and tear of winter driving off of my clutch. Also, it saves some of the tread on my Yokohama tires :)

Posted on Sep 11, 2008

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No. You do NOT want to put 15" rims on this car. That will change a lot of things, and they all will be bad. The 15" rims will create problems with the ABS, and the ABS will not work properly.
Secondly, the speedometer will be way off, as the speedo is calibrated for the 16s. Third, and probably most important, your handling will be severly compromised. Please don't do the 15s.
Its not worth the problems that you will encounter.
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Posted on Feb 10, 2009

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SOURCE: How do I turn off tire pressure sensor warnning

set the tire pressure to the door decal, check all the tires, including the spare.

Posted on Oct 15, 2009

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SOURCE: Want to put winter tires size 225/70/16 on

I have been a mechanic for years and have never really understood why people want to do this. You have a frontwheel drive car. Just get a all weather tire, which you probaly already have and drive with caution in the snow.

Posted on Dec 04, 2009

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