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      09-30-2012, 09:06 PM   #1
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FS: Bridgestone Blizzak LM60 265/35/18

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Hey guys,

Winter is looming upon us, for those of you that plan to drive you M in the winter, I have a set of BS 265/35/18 for sale.

I've used them for 2 months last year, so they are pretty much brand new. I've put less than 500km on them, literally. I don't need them anymore since I've moved to Boston for school.

If anybody is interested, give my dad a call at 416-520-1933. The tires are located in Richmond Hill.

The price is $970 all inclusive.

If you need any information on the tires, call me instead 617-818-3840.

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      10-03-2012, 09:48 AM   #2
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How's the 265/35/18 set up compared to the OEM 235/40/18 for winter? Would this tire size fit an e92 with OEM 18" wheels?
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      10-04-2012, 08:44 PM   #3
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How's the 265/35/18 set up compared to the OEM 235/40/18 for winter? Would this tire size fit an e92 with OEM 18" wheels?
Hi there. The Bridgestone 265/35/18 setup is both lighter and wider than the OEM size, which translates to significantly better stopping power in the winter both in the dry and in snow.

But I don't think the OEM 18 will fit the 265/35/18 in the front; the rears are okay I believe. The front OEM wheel size is 18x8.5 if my memory serves me right, so that won't fit. The range of wheels that will fit will fall between 18 x 9 to 18 x 10.5.
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Thanks for the info.
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Contrary to belief, the thinner and more sidewall a tire has, the better it will perform in actual snow/ice situations.
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