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Old 11-19-2015, 12:08 PM
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hey guys, i have 19's, was thinking about doing 18's with some snow tires. Does anyone have any recommendation on a combo that is not going to destroy me in terms of price.

I also dont want to buy POS wheels and tires and sacrifice performance.

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Old 11-19-2015, 01:10 PM
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Take a look on Craig's. People are often selling OEM wheels and snows (especially at this time of year) for a relative bargain. You don't need new wheels for winter.

There's also these:

https://5series.net/forums/private-m...m-32-a-143126/

https://5series.net/forums/private-m...models-143216/ (You didn't say what you had)

https://5series.net/forums/private-m...wheels-143479/

https://5series.net/forums/private-m...60-e61-143300/

https://5series.net/forums/private-m...w-tpms-143343/

https://5series.net/forums/private-m...-800-a-142765/

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I didn't know they sell snow tires for 19" rims.
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Originally Posted by kcrokin View Post
I didn't know they sell snow tires for 19" rims.
You can buy snow tires in any size. Generally speaking though, you want the smallest width tire you can get, which usually means a smaller rim.

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