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    Anyone run all terrains before?

    I have my hankooks on a new set of wheels on my car now but I wanted to get a set of ats on my other set of wheels. For snow, sand and desert trail driving as I sometimes go to the lake bed or up the mountains in the winter. What size would be ideal for the car on a 16in wheel?
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    I'd recommend going with a 15" wheel (you'll pretty much have to go with a rally wheel to fit over the brakes, search on DirtyImpreza a bit) as there are very few AT tires I've come across that are close to the stock tire diameter (even on 15"s, much less on 16"s). As a reference, I ran some 15x6.5 Braid Acropolis TAs on my WRX with 205 (or 215, don't recall) /70-15 Yokohama Geolander AT/S.
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