I have done it, but had a tire shop swap the TPMS and mine were cloned to the existing ones so I didn't need to do anything in Leaf Spy.
Do you mean the physical swap or the Leaf Spy part?
Lets try this again (my original post was accidentally deleted by a mod. about a month ago and he wasn't able to recover it. I haven't had the heart to re-write it).
If your going with dedicated snows I'd suggest the Micheline X-ice 3's, they are supposed to be LRR rated, one of the few snows rated such. I was personally looking into snows but decided on getting winter tires that were still rated for summer. I ended up with the Micheline CrossClimate +. While maybe not quite as good as the X-ice 3's in the winter they are much better than all seasons and you don't have to mess with changing them with the seasons, which isn't all that cheap or you don't have the expense of extra rims and maybe TPMS.th3sp3ck wrote: ↑Thu Nov 14, 2019 9:27 pmNew Leaf Owner - 2018 SL. Currently it has 215/50R17.
I live in MN and want winter tires. Local tire shop is recommending the Bridgestone Blizzak ws90. If I get a 16" it will save me a decent amount of money but will they fit? I can't find a good answer anywhere.... Per the Tire Size and Conversion Calculator on Discount Tire I can go with the 205/55R16 or the 205 60R16 and should I just get the cheapest wheels that fit? Anything else I need to know?