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Old 06-01-2018, 11:55 AM   #1  
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Default Car jerks at around 1500-2000 rpm

I got this problem recently, car started to jerk a bit when I start moving (auto, 1st, 2nd gears) at around 1500 - 2000 RPM.
It started after I changed the wheel to bigger ones. I don't recall this thing before.
Also, when I turn It goes away, or when I go uphill
So I'm confused.

Anyone have any ideas?
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You have 4 wheel drive, BMW requires same circumference on all wheels. What size tires did you take off and what are the replacements?
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255 40 19 front
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You have 4 wheel drive, BMW requires same circumference on all wheels. What size tires did you take off and what are the replacements?
used to be
245 40 18 square

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255 40 19 front
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See? you messed up the BMW. in more ways than one.
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what other ways then?
I guess I got too excited when were choosing tires, so I didn't consider stuff.
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what other ways then?
I guess I got too excited when were choosing tires, so I didn't consider stuff.
yes. you have to make sure the rotating circumference is identical to stock when choosing a new wheel/tire combo. If you alter that "pkg" you may have other issue with speedo and etc.

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