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Old 09-09-2010, 08:12 PM
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BMW winter tire packages 2010-2011

Does anyone know when BMW will release the BMW winter tire packages 2010-2011? I want to get this package (below) from last year for my 2011 X5 xDrive35i Sport Activity with M-Sport Package:

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19 255/50R19 CONTINENTAL 4X4 WINTERRUN FLAT w/RDC
BMW Part #s: 36-11-6-785-503 FRONT 36-11-6-785-504 REAR
Mounted on the 19 BMW STYLE 298M wheel

Last year's price was: $3565.84

Also does anyone know if these wheels will be available again this year? These are great looking winter wheels!!

Thanks!!
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Old 09-09-2010, 08:17 PM
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Must be a helluva "winter" wheel/tire set for $4Gs...
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Here is a link to last years discussion on these wheels: http://www.xoutpost.com/bmw-sav-foru...ws-unreal.html
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They will not fit on regular X5 as is. Rear wheel bore size is smaller on the wheels than regular X5 bore size. You will have to increase the hub/bore size on wheels for them to fit.
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BMW X5 M,X6 M Models Winter Tire Package Style 298M on eBay.ca (item 170395000448 end time 10-Sep-10 13:45:35 EDT)
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Thanks for this information. How do I determine the bore size of the BMW Style 333M wheel I have now to find a nicer BMW Wheel for winter use??

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Check Ebay. I just purchased a set of 211's with OEM rubber(2 at 8/32 and 2 at 10/32) for 1425 shipped to my door. Those all seasons are going to replace my 07 rubber and turned back in with the lease(inspections stated 3/32 will not be accepted) and then I will put winter rubber on the 211's. The rims are in perfect condition and for 178.13 a piece (4 tires, 4 rims) I could not do wrong. New winter rubber will set me back 1k but OEM winter setup for for 1825(including mounting) is not bad at all. Heck If i was not putting the rubber in on my lease I could easily get 150 for the 10/32 tires and maybe 125 for the 8/32 and I would still be making out.
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Check Ebay. I just purchased a set of 211's with OEM rubber(2 at 8/32 and 2 at 10/32) for 1425 shipped to my door. Those all seasons are going to replace my 07 rubber and turned back in with the lease(inspections stated 3/32 will not be accepted) and then I will put winter rubber on the 211's. The rims are in perfect condition and for 178.13 a piece (4 tires, 4 rims) I could not do wrong. New winter rubber will set me back 1k but OEM winter setup for for 1825(including mounting) is not bad at all. Heck If i was not putting the rubber in on my lease I could easily get 150 for the 10/32 tires and maybe 125 for the 8/32 and I would still be making out.
Nice. I've got a set of 212's 19" with 8/32 left on OEM Michelin all season run flats for sale if anyone is interested. Pm me.
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Nice. I've got a set of 212's 19" with 8/32 left on OEM Michelin all season run flats for sale if anyone is interested. Pm me.
I will try to PM but not sure if it will let me due to low post count. Interested in 212's. My email is [email protected]

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I'm looking for some information about winter wheels/tires. I'm driving 2008 X5 4.8i with sport package and 20" Y-spoke style 214 wheels. I'm considering 19" wheels style 298M from X5M/X6M (winter recommended). However, my dealer told me that those style 298M wheels won't fit to my X5. Could somebody clarify what could be the issue.
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I'm looking for some information about winter wheels/tires. I'm driving 2008 X5 4.8i with sport package and 20" Y-spoke style 214 wheels. I'm considering 19" wheels style 298M from X5M/X6M (winter recommended). However, my dealer told me that those style 298M wheels won't fit to my X5. Could somebody clarify what could be the issue.
The hub bore is different. BMW wheels are 'hub centric' which means that the hub is a close fit, and locates the wheel.
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