Yes but good luck getting a 22 inch low profile SUV tire in all season or winter tread that's worth a ****. Therefore rim size has a lot to do with traction when you get into the 22 inch range.CMoore05 said:as stated before, it doesn’t matter if it is a 285/45/22 or a 285/XX/15, the rim size has little to do with traction... not that i have much snow driving experience in Houston but tread of tire has much more to do with traction.
614banker said:You'll do very well by reverting back to the stock wheels during the snow months and only use the custom 22" during the nice weather months... i.e. April though November/December. This is because my experience with rims in the snow have not gone very well. Besides, the salt will corrodes the wheels and age them reallt fast. My two cents.