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95 CX HB Tire question

I have 17" wheels with Yokahama S drive tires, and they are not exactly great in the wet weather and snow of Minnesota. I am looking into buying 15's with 195/50R15 tires. My car is lowered 2 inches, and am hoping these will fit better than my 17s do. I shouldn't have any issues with these tires/wheels fitting in my lowered car should I?

Also, anyone that lives in snowy areas, what are the best tires you have used for all season? Not having ABS in the snow is scary with my Yokahama's, I barely tap the brakes and all 4 tires lock up. I just don't want to have to drive my truck all the time in the winter, gas is not cheap!

Thank you for all the info,
-Chris
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