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Winter Tires and wheels

Winter Tires and Wheels
For those of you looking to get some extra traction this winter now is a great time to be thinking about winter tires and wheels. Here are a few links to help answer some of the most common winter tire questions we receive.
Winter Tire FAQ's
Winter Tires - Safety Below 45 degrees
For those ready to start shopping, here is a great place to start.
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Notable Products:

Momo Winter Pro
(also available in silver)
Momo Winter Pro Wheels
  • Simple, sharp looking, 5-Spoke design is easy to clean
  • Silver or Black Powder coated finishes resist corrosion
  • TPMS capadable
  • Available in 17" For Genesis Coupe and Sedan
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General Altimax Arctic

General Altimax Arctic 225/55R17
  • Directional Tread Pattern
  • Heavy Zig-Zag Sipes
  • Natural rubber and Silica compound
  • Studdable ($15.00 per tire)
  • Economically Priced
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Michelin X-Ice Xi3

Michelin X-Ice Xi3 225/55R17
  • 40,000 Mile Warranty
  • Directional Tread Pattern
  • Increased Number of Tread Blocks
  • Heavy Cross Z Siping
  • Flex Ice Silica Based Tread Compound
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Grateful for sharing the information.
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Two questions, can you switch 2 sets of tires with wheels - winter and all season and does the sensor need programming every time you switch? I live in Chicago and think that a winter tires set is needed or do you think that I can do with all season set only?
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Two questions, can you switch 2 sets of tires with wheels - winter and all season and does the sensor need programming every time you switch? I live in Chicago and think that a winter tires set is needed or do you think that I can do with all season set only?
I would agree in Chicago a good set of winter tires and wheels with TPMS sensors is a great idea. Typically you would need to have the sensors scanned to your vehicle depending on the year and model Genesis you have and which TPMS sensors are installed when you swap them out. If you purchase them at your local Discount tire store they will scan them for you.

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Thanks for the information! I usually start preparing for winter in the fall. We have a very changeable climate and snow can fall in October, until this time I try to prepare winter tires, I also try to prepare my pickup for winter in advance. If someone here has a second pickup truck, then I recommend you read this article https://truckpowerup.com/best-snow-c...or-4x4-trucks/ . It seems to me that the chain on the wheels it really helps and simplifies driving a pickup truck in winter.
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Glad to hear you get prepared in advance for winter driving. That's always a good idea.

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