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      10-26-2011, 03:31 AM   #1
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OEM Winter Tire/Rim combo prices accross Canada

Hi Guys,

I found significant differences in price between my dealership and a dealership in Buffalo NY on the OEM Winter Tire/Rim Package for the M3.

I started this thread out of shear curiousity as to who paid how much for their package accross Canada. If anyone has any feedback, please chime in.

The Package in question is the BMW OEM Style 270 (I think) rim: http://www.google.ca/imgres?q=BMW+St...0&tx=137&ty=53
And Michelin PA3 tires.

My dealer wants $4,200 taxes included. Anyone else?
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      10-26-2011, 06:39 PM   #2
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Hi Andy,

I would suggest to go after market rather than buying a package from BMW. I am keeping my stock ZCP wheels and buying winter tires for them.
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yea, but OEM winter rims look so hawt.

What winter tires will fit the stock 19" rims? They must cost a fortune
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yea, but OEM winter rims look so hawt.

What winter tires will fit the stock 19" rims? They must cost a fortune
For Toronto winters, I'd suggested Blizzak LM60s in 235/35 and 255/35/19 if you need better snow performance, or 255/35 and 275/35/19 for a wider setup. About $300 a pop from tirerack.

There are other tire options as well... WS60 for more serious winter driving and lesser performance. And Dunlop and Michelin options too. Hope that helps.

Lots of us run 19" winters.
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