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Re: Time for new tires! (archive)

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Posted by Pras on June 15, 2000 at 20:49:01:

In Reply to: Re: Time for new tires! posted by Gainesville_M3 on June 15, 2000 at 17:27:17:

I bought them from Big 10 Tires on East Colonial - no complaints on the work they did. I'll go back there next time. Balancing is great - no vibrations all the way to 140 (hey, I had to check!).

Total bill was $630 with tax, recycling fees, balancing, etc.

Cheers,
Dave

: Where are you buying your tires? I'm ready for my 3rd set. The shop up here that installed my 2nd set nicked my rimsg. Is your shop any good?

: : Okay, so it started raining here again and I've found that with 0% tread on my rear Pilot Sports an M3 goes from scary in the wet to downright terrifying.

: : Tire place near where I live, charging me $285 a piece for rears - includes mount and balance - for 245/40/17 Pilot Sports. Scheduled for 3pm today.

: : I'm also going to run up to BMW to get the real BMW wheel weights.

: : Cheers,
: : Dave

: : (If anybody in Orlando wants to do some donuts in my car between now and 3PM - let me know...)




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