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    mmmm makes me want to look into getting the carbon fiber trim now , maybe i should also get some MazdaV.com sticker for my 5 too
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    They are pre-cut and come with instructions, not hard to install. I got them because of the sun always beaming off the metal parts and blinding me. Now no problems at all. Also i got a set of rear lips to install, will be doing them soon.
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    Winter Wheels & Tires Installed

    Here she is all ready for Winter and the upcoming ski season...woo-hoo.
    I run a set of Yokohama AVDs in winter on the OE wheels.
    This year I purchased the fairing for the roof rack and it does cut down on the wind noise considerably. ....This was the best $80 mod I've installed to-date.
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    Quote Originally Posted by antlind View Post
    Here she is all ready for Winter and the upcoming ski season...woo-hoo.
    I run a set of Yokohama AVDs in winter on the OE wheels.
    This year I purchased the fairing for the roof rack and it does cut down on the wind noise considerably. ....This was the best $80 mod I've installed to-date.
    Anthony
    what size AVDs did you get? stock size or did you get bigger profile tires?
    and how much? i'm thinking about just getting 16 inch steelies...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenTea View Post
    what size AVDs did you get? stock size or did you get bigger profile tires?
    and how much? i'm thinking about just getting 16 inch steelies...
    I went wth the stock size 205x50R17s. They were expensive, about $165 a piece...but they're great on snow and ice....I have no regrets.
    I thought of going with steelies, but in Calgary I run my winters from Oct-May so I couldn't stay on steelies for so long. I run another set of aftermarket wheels durng the summer months on the OE tires.
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    Quote Originally Posted by antlind View Post
    I went wth the stock size 205x50R17s. They were expensive, about $165 a piece...but they're great on snow and ice....I have no regrets.
    I thought of going with steelies, but in Calgary I run my winters from Oct-May so I couldn't stay on steelies for so long. I run another set of aftermarket wheels durng the summer months on the OE tires.
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    Oct-May? , No wonder there were no weather issues preparing for the 88 Winter Olympics over there ;-)

    I agree, steelies on a Mazda5 for such a long period of time would make me feel depressed
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    i had to fork out $955 for aftermarket alloys with snow tires for same reason. Nov to March on steelies would bum me out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5phreak View Post
    i had to fork out $955 for aftermarket alloys with snow tires for same reason. Nov to March on steelies would bum me out.
    You're right....Have you ever seen a Mazda5 with 16" steelies....Looks like crap..In fact most cars with steelies look crappy. For a couple months I would be okay, but anything longer than that requires a set of alloys.
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    guess that's what you get living in Calgary, eh?

    i think i can count in one hand how many WEEKS i need the winter tire/steelies for us in Victoria.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenTea View Post
    guess that's what you get living in Calgary, eh?

    i think i can count in one hand how many WEEKS i need the winter tire/steelies for us in Victoria.

    Oh you're from the warm side of C'da....Lucky you.
    I'm originally from Toronto where I'd run my winters from December to April...But in Calgary the weather gets very unpredictable from October so I play it safe and put the winter stuff on early....Hate to get caught in the snow with the wrong equipment.
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    what rim size is on Rods 5? are they 18s?

    Yes, those are 18 x 7.5. I am considering purchasing some AME SHallen CXs, they are pretty cheap here in Japan.

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    Dang. I'd be plowing slow if my front end was that low.

    Quote Originally Posted by antlind View Post
    Here she is all ready for Winter and the upcoming ski season...woo-hoo.
    I run a set of Yokohama AVDs in winter on the OE wheels.
    This year I purchased the fairing for the roof rack and it does cut down on the wind noise considerably. ....This was the best $80 mod I've installed to-date.
    Anthony
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    Quote Originally Posted by AIMWO4 View Post
    Dang. I'd be plowing snow if my front end was that low.
    I don't need to use the Mazda5 daily so it's not a concern for me. If the snow is heavy we use the wife's MPV and I tend to use my 323GT more often in the winter. But you're right, it is something I have to be aware of, especially with the front lip.
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