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Old 09-09-2013, 11:18 AM   #1
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I'm pretty sure these WINTERs/rims will fit, but 2nd opinion plz...


Mine: 2005 325 ci cabrio

His: 2008 328xi coupe

These Hankooks (in Canada, which ALL tires r more expensive here) sell new for $209ea. Plus we have a $5-7 tire recycling fee on any new tire, + OEM BMW steelies x 4, + 12.5% Sales Tax, plus mounting, balancing, etc.....This set would be well over $1300+. Not even mentioning the $25 + tax for EACH tire to add studs.

3000km on this set.

Any worries about fitment from 2008 to 2005 ?

(I got the dude down to $750)

Please comment fast so I can get today....thx!
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Old 09-09-2013, 01:36 PM   #2
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The tire sizing looks correct, and I'm fairly certain that those BMW steelies will fit no problem, but why not just put winter tires on your wheels now? There are other tires other than Hankook that aren't too bad in terms of pricing.

Tirerack has Blizzak LM-60s going for $612 right now, just as an example.
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