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Old 08-10-2010, 06:10 PM
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For those who have replaced tires, how many miles did you get on the OEM's and did you stick with the same brand when you got new ones?
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For the previous E70 with the same spec 21" 215s, approximately 50,000kms - not sure if this will be applicable to the E71 M. Hope this helps.

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For those who have replaced tires, how many miles did you get on the OEM's and did you stick with the same brand when you got new ones?
I realize not what you are asking but I just hit 10K miles and about half tread left. I hope to make it to 20K but not sure. When I replace I think I am putting on Michelin non runflat Diamaris's or Tour HP's not sure yet.
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For those who have replaced tires, how many miles did you get on the OEM's and did you stick with the same brand when you got new ones?
i had to replace mine at about 15k and i went with the same tires that the car came with.
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Thanks for the feedback.
Is there a lot of difference between the Run Flats and non?
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Thanks for the feedback.
Is there a lot of difference between the Run Flats and non?

Ride will be a bit different and tire life will be different as well. I replaced runflats on my 545 sport to Michelin PS2's and could not have been happier. Runflats on this are much better than those Gen1 Dunlops but still I will likely switch these out this time around.
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