ali_paris_hasan Posted December 27, 2013 Report Share Posted December 27, 2013 (edited) Just bought my first 2007 Shelby GT500 with plenty of mods, and I am aware the tires don't grip well below 40F. This is the only winter season I will be driving the Shelby around (the driving is extremely minimal, work is 3 minutes away and college is 5), I will be getting my moms jeep in the summer to use as a winter car, but in the mean time I will need winter tires that could handle temperatures between (20-40F on average), little snow, and rain. Like I said driving, will be minimal but I might have to move around a bit, and I will be driving extremely slow. Any tire suggestions? I have been searching by nobody posted a tire size, only one person said 255/40/18? That seems like a lot of stretch to me. They will be mounted in stock wheels since I have another pair of chrome wheels for the summer, so the size is 18x9.5 on stock wheels. Any suggestions? tips? I really need help with tire sizes too. I truly appreciate all your input. Thanks! Edited December 27, 2013 by ali_paris_hasan Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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