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      03-09-2013, 10:10 AM   #1
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Sport Edition A7 + Michelin Pilot Alpin PA2

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I have for sale a set of lightly used BMW snow tires/wheels and tire pressure sensors. They were mounted on a 2010 BMW M3 sedan, but may fit other models. Only used for one season, roughly 90% tread life remaining. Wheels and tires are in great shape, only a little curb rash on two of the wheels. I have the original receipt from TireRack totaling $1,652.82

(4) Sport Edition A7 Wheels 18x8 ET20 (5x120)

(4) Michelin Pilot Alpin PA2 235/40R18

(4) Beru 433Mhz TPMS Sensors

Local pickup in Lynn, MA preferred.

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How are they in the snow ?
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How are they in the snow ?
terrible, definitely would not recommend for snow or cold weather

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terrible, definitely would not recommend for snow or cold weather

lolol
lol i know im just asking...never had snow tires and people always say that is the way to go and they work really well for RWD cars. I guess i just need to see it with my own eyes...

Every RWD car i see on the road during snow storm is stuck and can barely move.
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lol i know im just asking...never had snow tires and people always say that is the way to go and they work really well for RWD cars. I guess i just need to see it with my own eyes...

Every RWD car i see on the road during snow storm is stuck and can barely move.
lol i was just messing around

had these on an e90 m3 and they were amazing. i drove through deep snow whenever i could, because drift.

didnt have any issues at all, LSD helps also lol
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