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Hello all!
I bought a grocery cart with a small motor (Chevy Trax) last spring and love it so far!
Hoping to learn more about it and hearing from other Trax owners.


Thanks!
 

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I hear many people putting these little 4 wheelers down, I am very happy with mine.

I have my snow tires mounted on sonic wheels and I'm ready to try this vehicle in the snow.

Don't rush the snow on my account, I can roll them back down the cellar steps if we don't get any of that white stuff from ****.
 

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Hello. I too am from the Frozen North... Just leased a new Trax ourselves.

Tell me more beeguz about sonic wheels and snow tires... It is TOUGH finding snow tires for the 2016 Trax with the 205-70-16's. Thinking that a set of steel wheels and tires may be in order.
 

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Hello. I too am from the Frozen North... Just leased a new Trax ourselves.

Tell me more beeguz about sonic wheels and snow tires... It is TOUGH finding snow tires for the 2016 Trax with the 205-70-16's. Thinking that a set of steel wheels and tires may be in order.
How tough can it be? Where have you checked so far? I would assume any tire store would be able to help you out. Just head down to Canadian Tire.
 

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I just put this post on the Tires page but I will move it here:

When you plan on snow tires I would pick up a set of Sonic or Cruze wheels they are reasonable on ebay, mine were 10 spoke Sonic wheels they were bought for $299.00 shipped

Then if you want your tire pressure sensors Ac delco 22854866 I bought these at Amazon for $16.99 each shipped

For tires I bought Cooper weather master 205/65/16 @ 74.00 each but you can probably do better locally since I see shipping charges are way up from when I bought them.
You might be better off finding a tire you like with shipping included, there are places that ship many tires daily they get a way better price on shipping due to bulk sales.
 

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205/70's are more expensive and they seem to be limited to all season tires, the 205/65 are smaller than the 205/70 but not by much.

I'm not paying a premium for that little difference in the height for tires that will only be on my Trax for 3 months a year.

If you are worried about the difference in height changing the speedometer then you can use a tool to calculate the difference in speed or you can buy a tuning tool that will correct the speedometer.

Here is a link to the tool to calculate the difference for 65 series tires https://tiresize.com/comparison/
 
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