Re: a set of slimmer wheels and tires
You tell the tire guy he can shove it. You are not running a wide enough tire to worry about rain affecting your driving. However, in there parts of the states there is more oil used in paving. So you are going to be more prone to sliding in wet conditions. I run 31x10.50s, essentially a 265/70R15. I have never had an issue with hydroplaning. I grew up in the rainy side of Washington too. Sounds like you may need new tires though. Spend money for a good tire. The cheaper you go the more worthless they are. Trust me, I know from experience.
97 Ranger - 4.0 V6 auto, 4wd, 31x10.5x15s Wild Country XTX Sport All Terrains, Warn locking hubs, Pioneer deck with iPod attachment, Snugtop Topper, K&N filter, scan gauge II, Hella 500 Lights, More parts coming, waiting for the paycheck to get bigger!
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