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  1. Hi all, New Spark owner here in the northeast, looking to get some winter tires on this car asap. I found a set on Craigslist, nice snow tires mounted on 14" steelies that came off a 2012-2015 spark. My question is does anyone know if a 14" rim will fit and clear everything on the new 2016,2017 sparks that come stock with a 15" wheel now.
  2. Hi everybody, So, I was looking at buying some winter tires for the upcoming winter and after looking around I think I might go with this tire: http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires.jsp?tireMake=Firestone&tireModel=Winterforce My next question is would I be able to buy all 4 tires and then take them somewhere and switch them out with the stock tires and just use the same rims? I would rather not have to buy new rims if I don't have to. The stock tire size is 185/55R15 and it looks like with this tire the closest size is 185/60R15. I'm not sure though if that is too far off to be able to use the stock rims. Thanks!