2012 Nissan Juke - 215/65R16 - BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A® KO2 Tire
No rubbing - steel rim was $110 and $150 alloys.
Less street performance than a 17” rim with good tires?
.75” larger diameter than stock.
Have not used in the snow yet.
Looks good? 🤔
This is my first post, finally got my Juke (2012, Tekna, 4 wheel drive, 1.6 DIG-T) ! Late but I’m here now. Anyway, yes I know the search bar is my best friend and that there’s plenty of threads where ppl have spoken about their set-ups. I’ve sifted through them all.
I’m aware that...