Installed my non-summer wheels/tires today

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  1. Catless

    Catless Silver Member

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    Temps are getting in the 20s at night so I installed my "non-summer" wheels and tires today. In general I like chrome but I have to admit I like the OEM Brass Monkey wheels a lot better on the Hellcat. Have to live with it for the winter though. Will not be driving in snow or ice but dry, cold weather yes.
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    A little winter bling isn't so bad!
    Should be allota fun and interesting for sure,
    Are you running studded tires?
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    No just "all season". I have no intention of driving snow/ice but might get caught out someplace. The summer tires are like hockey pucks when it is below 40F.
    I have studded winters all around on the 4WD truck which is the vehicle of choice in bad weather.
     
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    It's actually fun layin rubber on a cold dry patch of pavement,in a challenger,
    With the winters on!
     

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