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      08-24-2008, 11:21 AM   #2
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Hi all...I just sold my 2007 335i E93 that included the ZSP with 18" wheelset amongst its many options...although I never drove my 335i in the winter, I had purchased a set of 225-45-17 Dunlop SP Winter Sport M3 DSST RFT snows on a set of 5 x 120 alloy wheels with TPMS...I have replaced the 335i with an equally loaded 2008 M3 E93 with the 19" wheel package and would appreciate some advice regarding my winter wheel and RFT and non-RFT winter tire options...there is always a chance that the M3 might never leave the garage this winter but I've just about reached the time in life when year round performance car driving becomes the rule rather than the exception...thanks in advance for any help that you can provide............

New: 2008 M3 E93 / Alpine White over Bamboo Beige Novillo Extended Leather with Sycamore Anthracite Wood Trim / 6MT / ZCW / ZPP / ZTP / 2MT Wheelset / Sirius / 6-FL / Enhanced Premium Sound / Custom F, R, T Cocomats

Retired: 2007 E93-335i / Platinum Bronze over Saddle-Black Dakota with Light Poplar Trim / 6MT / ZPP / ZSP / ZCW / CA / AS / Nav / Sirius / HD / 6-FL / PDC / 3M Clear Bra / Custom F, R & T Cocomats
Not to be a dick but there is another long thread regarding this.....try using the .
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