Last winter I bought a set of 17" plain steel rims with 265/70/17 dedicated snow tires on them with TPMS. I messed around for about a month trying to find a set up that was closer to the 275/60/20 stock ones, I looked at a couple different sizes for both 17 and 18 inch rims, but they were so uncommon it was hard to find snow tires for them, and when I did they weren't cheap. I ended up buying the Nokian Hakkapeliittas, however they weren't in stock, so the tire place put on the cheapest snow tires they had while I waited for the Nokians to arrive. Turns out the Nokians didn't arrive until the end of winter, so I ended up using the temporarys for a whole season. I now have brand new Nokians in the garage waiting for this winter
. The ride was very similar to the stock wheels, the only difference I noticed was they were slightly louder than the summer tires, which is to be expected with a more aggressive tread, and also when i stepped into the truck it just seemed a tiny bit shorter than stock. I didn't notice any problems/changes with the computer or speedometer, but I'm sure it was off just a hair. I was extremely impressed with how well the truck handled in the snow with even the cheapest of snow tires. The traction control works wonders, and even trying to spin the tires in a snow covered parking lot was difficult with the TC engaged. It was a world of a difference compared to the crappy Goodyears. Hope this helps.