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18" inch winter wheels recommendations?

Quinn Regis

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Hi all, looking for 18 inch wheels for my ITS. For winter. I would like them to look decent. What would you recommend? Reasonable$
 

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I'm going with Superspeed flowform rf03rr 18x9.5 ET45 wrapped with Michelin alpin 5 235/40R18. Have a look at their website, they have decent wheels with good price.
 

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I'm going with Superspeed flowform rf03rr 18x9.5 ET45 wrapped with Michelin alpin 5 235/40R18. Have a look at their website, they have decent wheels with good price.
Ooohhh I like these, especially the Satin Bronze for ABP. Is there an Acura Logo Cap for these? And is this the right size part number? RF0318095455120SB
 

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I ordered some Michelin Cross Climate 2’s to pair with some 18x9.5 et+38 Gramlight 57CR’s. Not a true winter tire but I won’t be driving the Integra in snow or ice. I have a Tundra with studded tires for days that are bad. The CC2’s are perfect for wet weather and if I’m caught out in light snow.

My Teslas have Michelin Pilot Sport PA4 and PA5, and those are excellent performance winter tires and feel more like a summer tire than a soft noisy winter tire. For best winter performance in snow and ice, can’t go wrong with Nokian Hakka R3’s.
 
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I ordered some Michelin Cross Climate 2’s to pair with some 18x9.5 et+38 Gramlight 57CR’s. Not a true winter tire but I won’t be driving the Integra in snow or ice. I have a Tundra with studded tires for days that are bad. The CC2’s are perfect for wet weather and if I’m caught out in light snow.

My Teslas have Michelin Pilot Sport PA4 and PA5, and those are excellent performance winter tires and feel more like a summer tire than a soft noisy winter tire. For best winter performance in snow and ice, can’t go wrong with Nokian Hakka R3’s.
I love my crossclimate2’s on my Subaru Ascent. What size tires did you get for the ITS?
 

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Have the CC2 in 255/35/18. Was going to get a set of MPS Alpin PA4’s, but is several hundreds more for a set so stuck with CC2’s.
 
 


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