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Old 31 Oct 2005, 08:55 pm
MagPi
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Default rim and tire specs for RSX

hey,

Just wondering if i can get suggestions of where and what is the best winter
tire to with rim to use on an RSX? i was told at the dealer that it was best
i buy from them because they say that elsewhere i buy, the steel rims won't
fit properly on the my RSX premium. They quoted me 1100 bucks for this and
I'm trying to find much much cheaper. Is Canadian Tire good for this?


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Old 01 Nov 2005, 08:58 am
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Default Re: rim and tire specs for RSX

yeah you could get away with a 15" rim, 5x114.3 Bolt pattern, and 195/65 R
15 Tires.
That would probably be the cheapest way of doing it. You could get 16" rims
and tires, but that would cost you a bit more money, and have no real
advantage.
Canadian Tire would probably be a good place to look. Even wal mart sells
tires/rims for really cheap.

"MagPi" <rperez@nl.rogers.com> wrote in message
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> hey,
>
> Just wondering if i can get suggestions of where and what is the best
> winter
> tire to with rim to use on an RSX? i was told at the dealer that it was
> best
> i buy from them because they say that elsewhere i buy, the steel rims
> won't
> fit properly on the my RSX premium. They quoted me 1100 bucks for this and
> I'm trying to find much much cheaper. Is Canadian Tire good for this?
>
>



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Old 01 Nov 2005, 01:40 pm
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Default Re: rim and tire specs for RSX

When I had my Honda, I bought winter tires/rims from Tire Rack. They came
mounted and balanced and all I had to do was bolt 'em on. A WHOLE lot less
than the Acura dealer is quoting you.
"Jamco" <Homer@jamco.com> wrote in message
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> yeah you could get away with a 15" rim, 5x114.3 Bolt pattern, and 195/65
> R 15 Tires.
> That would probably be the cheapest way of doing it. You could get 16"
> rims and tires, but that would cost you a bit more money, and have no real
> advantage.
> Canadian Tire would probably be a good place to look. Even wal mart sells
> tires/rims for really cheap.
>
> "MagPi" <rperez@nl.rogers.com> wrote in message
> news:P6udnW_q2Ys7RvveRVn-oQ@rogers.com...
>> hey,
>>
>> Just wondering if i can get suggestions of where and what is the best
>> winter
>> tire to with rim to use on an RSX? i was told at the dealer that it was
>> best
>> i buy from them because they say that elsewhere i buy, the steel rims
>> won't
>> fit properly on the my RSX premium. They quoted me 1100 bucks for this
>> and
>> I'm trying to find much much cheaper. Is Canadian Tire good for this?
>>
>>

>
>



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