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      11-30-2013, 11:12 AM   #15

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Probably. You can verify this by doing a simple "yardstick" test. Slide a yardstick up against the inboard edge of one of the front tires. Raise the opposite end of the yardstick until the yardstick just touches the car anywhere along its length. Measure the height of the raised end. If you have at least 10", then the ramps will work. 225 tires should be fine. Anything wider would be pushing it.

Originally Posted by jumpman86 View Post
Would these work on the m3 sedans?