Does anyone run an extra set of wheels (and two sets of tires) for winter and track duty? Tire switchover in fall (winters go on car) and spring (track tires and wheels stored off vehicle for track use only). Crazy idea?
Thanks for posting the clarification and this is exactly what I’m wondering.I think you guys are missing OP question. He is asking if anyone is running 2 sets of wheels but 3 sets of tires. Summer wheels with summer tires and second set of wheels that have track tires installed in the summer and winter tires installed in the winter. Anyone doing that?
Only disadvantage is the cost to swap the winter tires for the track tires and vise-versa.
We have steelies on our Bronco and I’ll be honest I am tempted…that or some Honda takeoffs if I can’t figure out this complicated winter/track combo.I would just get cheap wheels for winter, perhaps even steelies (if they make them in a size that will clear the brake calipers). Swapping tires on/off is not unheard of, but I hope you trust your tire shop not to mess up your wheels. Every time tires are swapped is an opportunity for disaster.