I found a set of steel wheels and Blizzak tires on Craig's list last year for $100. The Blizzak tires only had one season on a pair of them.I can't find my post asking about tires.
I bought used winter tires - maybe I screwed up - but, the tires on the car now - all-season, are really worn.
Anyway, I might want new rims/wheels - I haven't had any luck finding used ones and most tires on rims are steels. I don't really want those - I already have steel rims on the car now. I don't know if they're busted or what.
Should I buy alloy rims for the future all-seasons, or just take the rubber off and stick them on the same rims?
I was going to use stock - that will make it cheaper, won't it?
205/60R/16 - I might have screwed up but the used winters were under $200 CAD - and I got all 4.
The cheapest rims I found are at Crap Tire - you can check them out - CRW GT2 Alloy Wheel - specs show all-season use.
I could use the current steel rims I have on my car if they're okay? The ones with the used winter tires - look super rusty and probably are in worse shape than what's on the car now. I dunno yet.
I hate dealing with tires. Ugh.
The other day, I bought an inexpensive set of 4 all seasons (Paragon Tour A/S) to go on the steel rims and will be using those until May.
I went with all-seasons because I wanted the least effect on fuel mileage, also this allows me to keep the aluminum wheels off the car until I know that the weather is good again.