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Old 03-24-2007, 06:21 AM
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Will changing to a 19 inch OEM Wheel void warranty on suspension?

Just curious. I bought the X5 with the stock 17s and switched to the 19 inch sports package wheels.
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Old 03-24-2007, 11:32 AM
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I hope not since BMW offers 19" wheel/tire packages as an upgrade option on both the X5 3.0 and X5 4.4i

Per Owner's Manual
- 17"
- - Front: 255/50 R19 103V
- - Rear: 285/45 R10 107V

Ensure your OEM wheels are of the correct offset and width.

Be sure you use the correct tire size listed inside your driver's side door or listed in your User's Manul for safety reasons as well as warranty reasons.

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Old 03-24-2007, 01:09 PM
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Just so that you're aware, before making the plunge to 19s, that most tire places don't stock these tire sizes. All the tire places that I've called required special order - not too big of a deal unless you need tires RIGHT NOW
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As always thanks for all the inputs guys. I just brought it in my dealer in Fairfax and they said they will check front end suspension just to be sure. If not, I guess a new set of tires is what's forthcoming. And correct, it will not void the warranty
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