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      10-08-2012, 11:09 AM   #6
TheObviousChild
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Originally Posted by godfather87 View Post
Thank you so much guys!
I'm going to use the same rims and put winter tires on after I pick up the car, the dealer wants close to $4000 but i found Bridgestone for around $1400 on tire rack. A week ago, I had no idea I was going to purchase this car.
First off, congrats on the order! I just placed my order Saturday!

Secondly, I also went with the 19's with Performance/Summer tires and so I'll need to get winters. I've also been on Tire Rack and I would strongly consider getting dedicated rims for your winter tires. Once you realize you can just change them out yourself rather than having to pay someone to mount them, balance them, move TPMS sensors, etc....not to mention the pain of having to bring all of the tires to the guy to do this, it just makes sense to spend the $1000 on a decent set of rims.

Just food for thought. And Happy Canadian Thanksgiving!
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