Rim thread (Winter size)

Discussion in 'Clarity' started by JCEV, Jul 23, 2018.

  1. iluvscuba

    iluvscuba Active Member

    Guess I am not doing it right. Can't seem to get 17" wheel from CT's site if I just use the Clarity as the input. Do I have to input the exact spec instead of using the car model?
     
  2. Vezz66

    Vezz66 Member

    It allows you to select -1 sizing after the search.

    Annoying that you can’t enter the criteria directly.
     
  3. Vezz66

    Vezz66 Member

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    I got these from 1010tire.ca with Michelin X-Ices

    1600cad with lock nuts, rings, taxed, balanced and shipped.

    Installation next week with first service A1
     
  4. iluvscuba

    iluvscuba Active Member

  5. iluvscuba

    iluvscuba Active Member

    Anyway, just came back from the Honda dealer and this is their price 215/55-R17 tire, rim, valve, env fee & tax

    Toyo GSI-5 + 17" steel rim = $1378.60

    Michelin X-Ice 3 + 17" steel rim = $1453.09
     
  6. Vezz66

    Vezz66 Member

    I got my Kia dealer to price match Costco price on X-Ice tires for my older Optima, he even went lower.
     
  7. Phunny

    Phunny Member

  8. GV Ottawa

    GV Ottawa Member

    Short update ... I had these tires installed by my local Honda dealer last night. There doesn't appear to have been any issues with the fit of these steel rims/tires.
    Cheers,
    Gary
     
  9. V8Power

    V8Power Active Member

    I just installed Michelin X-Ice3 tires stock tire size 235/45R18 on the OEM rims. IMG_4219.jpg
     
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  10. rickyrsx

    rickyrsx Member

    These are my babies IMG_0573.JPG


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  11. Maxeli

    Maxeli New Member

    How did those C-Wheels work out for fitment? Was considering those as well
     
  12. JCEV

    JCEV Active Member

    I was in an accident and my car was written off before I could put them on. Amy2421 got the same ones and they were a perfect fit . No adaptors, also hub centric . I think she posted some photos in another thread.
     
  13. Maxeli

    Maxeli New Member

    Thanks for the info, I was able to find that post by Amy2421 plus pictures! Sorry to hear that about your Clarity. Hope you found a suitable replacement.
     
  14. Chuck

    Chuck Member

    Hello all, I lucked out at my local Discount Tire on their black Friday sale. Got 17" alloy wheels and Michelin X-Ice3's for around $750 after rebate. Wheels are not what I would call beautiful but I like open spokes since they are easier to clean and at $90 each it was hard to turn down. Now I just have to wait for one of Portland's icy mornings(and hope I don't get hit from behind by a Suburban with regular tires(why do people think that AWD helps them stop???)) Winter Wheels.JPG
     
  15. insightman

    insightman Well-Known Member

    Not ugly at all--an appropriate snowflake design for wheels with snow tires.
     
  16. Richard Kelly

    Richard Kelly Member

    Yep, got my snows on a couple of weeks ago. First icy roads of the year, a 16 year old with there license for only 2 months didn't know how to drive in the conditions. 20181128_161101.jpg 20181129_114341.jpg
     
  17. Ray B

    Ray B Active Member

    Ugh! Hope nobody was injured.

    I wonder if they will insist on replacing the EV battery. Someone else had a small fender bender and they replaced the battery as a precaution, and this one looks like it was a lot more serious impact (rear-ended, and pushed into someone else?).
     

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