I'm mounting a snow plow in one of my mini trucks (Susuki Carry 93) and so im setting up the guy for the winter.
What is the best size rim for the snow 12", 13" or what else? What about with?
Other thing, the tires codes change and a guy gets confused, so a tire with 155 or 175 with should fit in rim with which with? Is it advisable to go wider?
Im doing snow removal so ATV tires dont seem to be the best choice besides arent road legal I dont know if it will do a good job when the tires have contact with the road or driveways. What do you advise me? should I go with studs or without? with big threads or kind of regular all season threads?
some examples are:
Hankook Zovac HP W401 - 155 R13 78Q studdable, T SBL
Sigma ARCTIC CLAW TXI - 155/80 R13 79S BSW
Firestone Winterforce - 155/80 R13 79S studdable, BSW
I heard a lot examples like carlisle all trail and others but this tires even though have bigger threads, they dont have sipes and are studless and are more expensive, so, are those the best choice? And what kind of rim should chose for an carlisle all traill?
Where can I buy cheap rims? Just the simple steel donuts. I dont know if I understood from other threads, but it seems that a lot of cars out there use the same type of rims with 4 studs that the Carry use.
I know that some of this questions already have been answer in some way or partially but I can't find all the info that i'm looking for and the info is all disperse everywhere and sometimes people get lost in sideways subjects going out of subject