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Hi,
I'd like to put EX 17" rims on my wife's 2015 CRV LX (16")
Would that cause any problems (clearance, TPMS, etc...)
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Hi,
I'd like to put EX 17" rims on my wife's 2015 CRV LX (factory-16")
Would that cause any problems (clearance, TPMS, etc...)
thanks
 

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It'll be fine. It's the same car.
 

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yes, thanks for the reminder on recalibration. I found a set of brand new 2015 CR V EX 17"
rims on Ebay for $155 each (including shipping) Local junk yards wanted $150 each used.
 

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I'm leaning towards Goodyear Assurance Comfortred Touring or
Michelin Defender LTX M/S or Michelin Defender T + H. Anyone have
other tires they like?
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After researching tires on tirerack.com, I went with 225/65R-17 BFGoodrich Advantage T/A Sport LT SL for my 2014 CR-V.
 

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I just bought some continental cross contact lx25. Only about 100 mi on them but they are awesome so far. Very quiet, good traction etc. I'm in Tucson Az so we don't get much of a winter here though.
 

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I ended up getting a good price on a set of Goodyear Assurance MaxLife tires.
The reviews on TireRack were very good. After a week driving on them they seem
very good. We even had 3 inches of snow and they seemed good in that.
 

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I ended up getting a good price on a set of Goodyear Assurance MaxLife tires.
The reviews on TireRack were very good. After a week driving on them they seem
very good. We even had 3 inches of snow and they seemed good in that.
Hi, Sanpablo. Still feel that way about your tires? I'm looking to replace my original Bridgestone Dueler H/Ts. Key factors are good traction in rain and snow (I'm in New York) and quietness.
 

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Hi, Sanpablo. Still feel that way about your tires? I'm looking to replace my original Bridgestone Dueler H/Ts. Key factors are good traction in rain and snow (I'm in New York) and quietness.
Hi, yes, very happy with the Goodyear tires, ride is good in all weather, recommended!
 

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Hi, yes, very happy with the Goodyear tires, ride is good in all weather, recommended!
Thanks! I'll keep them in mind for next time. I went with the Pirelli Scorpion Verde All Season Plus IIs.
 
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