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My village has now made golf carts and atv's legal on the street and now that the wife and i can go cruise around i'm considering putting on street tires to save my knobbies. Thinking on the route of saving costs and using car rims i'm sure i will have to get adapters but has anyone had experiences doing this? Down falls? We dont mud or anything and they would be used for summer only.

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well i plan on keeping my current set of rims and tires and just use them during the winter only so i will still have to get a set of rims.  The plan is to use car street tires because of cost and the availability of such as compared to the price and availability of dot atv tires. Street tires are avail new and used all day long and cheap and i have our tire groover  in the stock car trailer. My interest is in someone who has already done this and their opinions of the on road manners of said vehicle and any down sides to such. I can pick up  14in alum and steel rims and the junk yard here in town but cross referencing only shows an rx7 as having the matching bolt pattern so adapter/spacers to a more common pattern would be better, honda or ford rims

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