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Has anyone located a reliable source for 18 inch steel wheels suitable for mounting snow tires?
Preferably hub centric.
Alternatively will Ridgeline or Pilot 18 work?
 

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Here is what I will be running on my Passport. These are the 17" OEM winter wheels from my 2015 Honda Pilot, I also ran them on my 2017 Honda Pilot. I have 245 Blizzak winter tires on the rims.
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Here is what I will be running on my Passport. These are the 17" OEM winter wheels from my 2015 Honda Pilot, I also ran them on my 2017 Honda Pilot. I have 245 Blizzak winter tires on the rims. View attachment 3477
Have you test mounted your winter rims? I have a set of 17 inch winter rims from my 2010 Accord V6 Coupe that are likely the same rim. I'd really like to know if these rims will clear the brake calipers before I take delivery of my new Passport EX-L (Canadian Edition).
 

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Have you test mounted your winter rims? I have a set of 17 inch winter rims from my 2010 Accord V6 Coupe that are likely the same rim. I'd really like to know if these rims will clear the brake calipers before I take delivery of my new Passport EX-L (Canadian Edition).
Actually no, but I used them on my 2017 Honda Pilot EXL. My Dealer said they would also fit my Passport.
 

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The smallest steel rim Honda makes for use on this vehicle is an 18" As a general rule of thumb it's best to drop a size or two during the winter. My Ram uses 20" wheels and I safely use 17" in winter and so do many people around here. Also as a bonus the smaller wheel/tires costs less ?
 

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The smallest steel rim Honda makes for use on this vehicle is an 18" As a general rule of thumb it's best to drop a size or two during the winter. My Ram uses 20" wheels and I safely use 17" in winter and so do many people around here. Also as a bonus the smaller wheel/tires costs less ?
Exactly, On my Pilot I ran 20’s on the summer and 17’s in the winter.
 
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..And the larger side walls on the smaller tires will give a better ride!
 
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