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Posted by dann_5 on October 05, 1999 at 22:18:57:

In Reply to: W10's posted by dbruce on October 05, 1999 at 17:55:33:

: I had the W10's on the front of my M3 when I picked it up used.

: The tires slid all over the place. They royaly sucked. The backs were also dunlop but a much better tire.

: After putting on Yokohama Int. the car sticks to the road.

: Buy some decent wont regret it. Plan on getting the Sports next.

: : I have a 93 325is as well as a 95 M3. I have a question concerning the handeling differences. I have 17" wheels on the 325is (the Motorsport lightweights) with dunlop 235/40/17 W10 (dont ask, i know they're cheap). And i have M countours on my M3 with Bridgestone RE71's 225/45/17's in the front and 245/40/17's in the back... anyhow, it feels to me as though the 325is handels a little better than the M3. I just had new shocks put on it (boge), but i was wondering if it didnt have something to do with the tires... But the 325is feels a little better on the road. Neither have ever been wrecked nor had any body damage. Am i just imagining things or is it the tires... (The RE71's are new). The suspension set up is stock on both cars.
: : thanks in advance.

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