Costco NOOSA Yoghurt – 12 Pack for $8 (Lemon, Strawberry Rhubarb, Blueberry)

Costco has NOOSA Yoghurt in a 12 Pack for $8. It package has Lemon, Strawberry Rhubarb, Blueberry). More varieties of Noosa Yogurt like Mango and coconut are sold online https://amzn.to/3itI7Hk . I bought it because it was on sale for a few dollars off . Noosa yoghurt is a firmer and creamy yoghurt that tastes light and not overly sweet or tart. Its well balanced and not overwhelmingly sweet or heavy or watery. I went back for more. It is 130 calories per serving so you may want to limit how much you eat, but at this rate it tastes so good that it can temporary replace my ice cream or dessert cravings.
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Honda Clarity: Switching to 17″ Wheels and Tires – Style, Specs, Winter tires, Cost & Weight

Honda Clarity switching from 18 inch to 17 inch wheels:
So if you are looking for winter or aftermarket wheels and tires for your 2018+ Honda Clarity this is the video for you. I have been searching various online tire retailers for 17 inch wheels for my 2018 Honda Clarity for a different look as well as for a second set for winter driving. Btw, my Youtube vlogs and reviews may also have associated affiliate links to products that may earn from qualifying purchases.

For the 2018 Honda Clarity, the original wheel size is 8Jx18 inch rims with +50mm offset and a 5×114.3 bolt pattern. The center bore of the hub is 64.1 mm. The overall tire wheel per tire is 53 lbs. I had my original 2008 Nissan Altima Coupe 3.5 – 17 inch OEM ENKEI wheel set in my garage. It has a 7.5Jx17 inch rim with +45mm offset, and 5×114.3 bolt pattern and a 66.1 mm center bore. It fits perfectly with hub – centric spacers with the 64.1mm wheel center bore to Nissan’s 66.1mm ( https://amzn.to/3ivYQtx ). With the 215 / 55 R17 tires and 17 wheel the Nissan Altima wheel and tire weights 48 lbs – (5 lbs lighter than the 18 in. OEM). My coworker has a Tesla Model 3 with 235/45ZR18 98W 8.5Jx18 +40mm offset 5×114.3 that would have fit as well.

The 215 /55 R 17 tires ( https://amzn.to/31MfmQq ) are the same diameter with more side wall. than the OEM Michelin Energy Saver 235 / 45 R 18 tires ( https://amzn.to/3e1JOZd ) . At 3900 miles, I hit a road imperfection and it ruined my sidewall of my Michelin Energy Saver causing it to destroy the tire. I had temporary spare, however i was only able to drive a 50 MPH and the TPMS was alerting. I now carry my full size spare and tools for longer road trips and my compact for everyday driving.

Tire Size Availability:
The local tire shop had one 235 / 45 R 18 sized tire available. It was not a low rolling resistant tire. 215 / 55 r 17 size was more common and with higher selection without special order. This makes it better to use for my road trips.

MPG / EV Range:
The Michelin Energy Saver 235 / 45 R 18 tires ( https://amzn.to/3e1JOZd ) is one of the one of the most efficient LLR tires and gives me about 51 EV miles and 42 MPG for my Clarity. I also have it on my 2017 Chevy Volt. I expect with switching to 17 inch LLR tires, i should get more MPG and EV range with the slightly narrower tires.

COST:
Overall of tire purchases, 17 inch tires are about $30-50 less expensive per tire than 18 inch tires. For winter driving in the snow, BridgeStone Blizzak in for our 18 inch wheels ( https://amzn.to/2YWQ681 ) costs about $50+ more per tire than the 17 inch wheels ( https://amzn.to/2NRMH4a ) . So cost is another reason to switching to 17 inch wheel sets.

I will be driving with this setup for about 500 miles to see if there are more benefits to switching from 18 inch to 17 inch wheels. Tune in later for the results. Otherwise there are other DIY and videos on this channel and playlists about my 2018 Honda Clarity.

DIY: Honda Clarity
Compact Spare Tire: https://youtu.be/incxlPXfiPo
Full size Spare Tire: https://youtu.be/YAr5E-6aTOw
CORK Center Console Mat: https://youtu.be/3jVy6ph6AZs
Lower Radiator Grill : https://youtu.be/9yv2ViC6-OI
Deer Warning Whistles: https://youtu.be/ua9hvuFZpZ8

Honda Clarity DIY MAINTENANCE:
Oil Change: https://youtu.be/MJ_Kae6oZe4
Air filter Change: https://youtu.be/UbWiUg4ZeWc
Engine Air Filter Change: https://youtu.be/zr9hClb7tdE

Bought and installed on my 2018 Honda Clarity:
EXTERIOR:
Honda Genuine Alloy Wheel Locks ( 08W42-SNA-100 ) : https://amzn.to/2Db5Yvi
Tire Pressure Monitor System (Solar) : https://amzn.to/2ZvO9hO

INTERIOR
3D Maxpider custom floor mats online ( https://amzn.to/2BuqzWT )
Dual Front / Rear Dash Cam: https://amzn.to/2ZDHJxh
Magnetic Cell phone holder : https://amzn.to/38tZkvI
Steering Wheel Cover: https://amzn.to/38t0nMk
Touch Screen Protector: https://amzn.to/2VLMALS



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REVIEW: $30 Digital TPMS – 6 Month Review | Energizer CR 1632 batteries

Six months after installing the $30 Digital Tire Pressure Monitoring System ( https://amzn.to/2ncBVf6 ) on my Honda Clarity and Accord, two of the sensors started to have errors. I found out two batteries that came with the set was low so i replaced them with Energizer CR1632 ( https://amzn.to/3gpfo4q ). Hopefully we will find out how long these batteries last on teh TPMS sensors. Btw, my Youtube vlogs and reviews may also have associated affiliate links to products that may earn from qualifying purchases.

My new 2018 Honda Clarity and 2007 Honda Accord does not have a TPMS system that tells tire pressure and temperature of the tires. My 2007 Accord simply didnt have TPMS . My 2018 Honda Clarity on checks tire rotation to determine if the diameter is smaller to indicate over or under inflation of the tires. I loved my Chevy Volt which has individual meters for each tire. Individual guage allowed me to monitor status and if I had a air leak. Good for finding a tire leak before a flat tire.

The kit is solar powered with a battery and a USB input for 5 volt power. This makes it convenient to be wire free when i put it on my dash. In order to keep the unit from flying off my dash board, I added Scotch double sided tape ( https://amzn.to/2pCOvFr ) on the bottom of the TPMS unit and added anti-slip shelving mat foam ( https://amzn.to/2nULpfs ) . You could have just used a cell phone anti-slip mat ( https://amzn.to/2n7sZre ) .

I charged the kit in a USB charger for 2 hours before installing kit. The kit was already calibrated for all four tires of the car: Front Right, Front Left, Rear Right, Rear Left. You just need add the locking nut onto the tire nipple, then add the sensor to the corresponding tire location. Use the provided mini spanner / wrench to tighten the nuts against the TPMS sensor. You are able to set the high and low pressure alarm and units settings such as PSI vs BAR or F vs C. In a few minutes the main controller receives tire data from the individual tires.

I tested the tire pressure against my digital tire pressure gauge (https://amzn.to/2naQQGH ) and fount it accurate.

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