**DISC by ATDNitto NT-SN2 Winter Tire 215/65R16
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Add to the safety and performance of your vehicle with the Nitto NT-SN2 Tire. This durable tire is designed with a special silica compound that works to repel water and ice. The unique tread offers superior traction even in harsh winter weather. The tire resists hardening at lower temperatures, which adds to its durability and traction capability. The quality materials that are used to construct this traction tire help to improve cornering response and also increase the vehicle's stability in a variety of road conditions. Make sure your vehicle is ready to get you where you need to go using the Nitto Winter Tire, 215/65R16. Nitto tires are ideal for those vehicles that demand excellent traction.
Nitto NT-SN2 Winter Tire 215/65R16:
- Easily evacuates water
- Resists hardening in low temperatures
- Advanced silica compound
- Superior traction
- All-weather tread design
- Maximum cornering response
Walmart cannot ship Nitto Tires to Oregon and Washington due to state restrictions.
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- Treadwear Warranty: N/A (damaged/defective only)
- Tire Type: Passenger-
- Sidewall: Black Sidewall
- Speed Rating: T
- Load Index: 98
- Speed Rating Translation: 118 mph
- Load Index Translation: 1653 lbs.
|Tire Load Index:||98|
|Manufacturer Part Number:||204-270|
|Tire Sidewall Style:||Black Sidewall|
|Tire Speed Rating:||T|
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- Everything I have read on this subject says to get all 4. This is what I did and the main reason for all 4 tires is braking traction, which is phenomenal with these tires. I installed them on a 2005 Pontiac Vibe front wheel drive.by imadoomer2/4/2014Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- If you only drive in a straight line and don't apply the brakes, snow tires in the front only will do fine and they'll give you the traction you need to pull through the snow. But, if you plan on stopping or going around corners, you need snow tires all around. There's more to snow tires than getting through snow banks. Snows in front and regular in the rear can cause the back of your car to catch up to the front when cornering or stopping. If you only want to buy 2 snow tires, put them in the back. You won't have any better pulling power to get you through snow banks, but normal driving, cornering and stopping in snow will be safer. You should put snow tires all around and they should be the same model. If some are newer than others, put the ones with the best tread depth in the Rear.by GTXSlotCar11/10/2015Was this answer helpful? (1) (1)Was this answer helpful?
- No, I bought separate rims, because one of mine was bent.by johnd4938491/23/2014Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- No these tire do not come with rims.by Wistorino12/27/2013Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- These would NOT be good year-round tires. The rubber is made to be softer at lower temperatures and will be even softer at a higher temperature increasing the wear and decreasing the tire life They may last you one year. Also, winter tires are made for the snow, the lugs are big and deep so the road noise of fast summer driving would drive you insane. Most people that need winter tires keep a set mounted on rims in the garage for the non-snow months that way when it snows, the tires are already mounted and balanced, they just need installed on the vehicle. It is much cheaper that way as well.by TheChuck3217/13/2015Was this answer helpful? (2) (1)Was this answer helpful?