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  1. Price cut to $700! Plus, I'll include Escape winter floor mats and cargo liner! Winter snow and ice tires with wheels for Ford Escape! High quality Michelin X-Ice winter tires mounted on original Ford alloy wheels. Full set of four, mounted and balanced, including the expensive tire pressure sensors. Wheel size is 17 inch, and tires are 225/60R17, so should fit Ford Escape 2014-2018 that came with either 17- or 18-inch wheels (and even the 19" optional wheels). All these tires are about the same height, so speedometer will be accurate. Tires and wheels are in good shape (used two winters) and would cost around $1,500 for new tires and good used wheels with sensors. First $700 or close offer takes them... No games, no scams, cash sale in-person only. Happy to meet you from Lake George to Albany NY, or in nearby Vermont/western Mass. Winter's coming!
  2. mrbdoty

    What wheels are these?

    I really want this set up but have no idea what tires/rims these are. Any help is appreciated!
  3. Guys/gals, I'd like to start adding a few things to my 2010 Escape' Limited but I have no idea where to begin. I don't want to do anything extreme just lift it an inch or so, beefier tires, new exhaust and intake, and a grill guard. What websites does everyone go to? I checked out a few but was a little worried as to whether or not the parts would actually fit my Escape. Furthermore, I've noticed a shifting issue with my transmission (lag between first and second gear and a pause when shifting from drive to reverse). I read that sometimes or torque converters have issues so I've thought about replacing that and/or throwing on a shift kit. Any help is appreciated as my wife wants me to get a Jeep but I am trying to avoid that like the plague!
  4. My tires have 109000 KM on them and after recent rotation have 7/32 on front and 6/32 on rear. As we drive to Florida each winter I am looking to replace them soon. The current michelin latitude tours that were stock on my Escape seem to have performed very well. Should I just go with the current Michelin Latitude's or is there a better choice? My guess is that after 5 years the current Michelin Lats are not going to be the same as my original tires. I would like a quiet riding tire and we don't get a lot of snow and most winters we are away anyway. Open to suggestions
  5. First off I'm driving a 2009 Ford Escape Hybrid Limited AWD. I've been searching for a while for tires that would give me confidence in the worst of winter conditions. I found a set that's all-season, off-road and rated for "Severe Snow Conditions” with a mountain snowflake symbol. But, although going through any snow didn't seem like much of a problem, stopping and slow downhill driving in heavy stop-and-go traffic shattered my confidence with those tires. I found myself sliding towards the curb when I had to stop while going downhill at 5mph in very heavy traffic. Simply staying in Low gear wasn't an option even when giving myself enough room in front. Possibly part of the reason is that when breaks are wet on a hybrid they are very touchy when you decelerate to 5mph-0mph, causing the brakes to lock-up. And at that speed traction control or ABS doesn't seem to pick up any loss of traction on compacted & very slippery snow. So, I am including a couple of youtube links with similar snow conditions to what my escape went through. If you found yourself in a similar situation and were the one guy that just drove through please share the tire specs you used. Getting stuck was never a problem, stopping and exceptional control in these conditions is something that would benefit all that read this forum. Cheers to all that have found the right tires for the job! Here are the youtube links: (minute 2:47, similar to what my escape did) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BM2gLjfE_3Y