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Old 12-09-2011, 08:00 AM   #2

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I have been thinking about this very subject today. I have looked on tire rack and the all season/winter selection is very limited. Few choices for the front and none for the rear, if you keep the factory size. From my research, the front tire diameter is .5 inch smaller than the rear. My initial thinking is to run a 285/35-20 all around for winter. I don't think the half inch differance will affect the speedometer, traction control calibrations too much. The tire I'm looking at is this one.
Since I'm going to hate to change tires twice a year and run the risk of damaging the rim and TPMS sensors, I'll just have to pop for 4 additional front wheels. Going to be interesting to get the pricing from GM on then. $$$$$$$$
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