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Re: Flat Tire (archive)

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Posted by bjweber on April 20, 2000 at 19:18:33:

In Reply to: Yes I do have an answer. posted by GideonArcher on April 20, 2000 at 19:10:35:

I got a flat a few months back. I couldn't wait for the repair truck because I was late for an appointment, so I used the M Mobility kit.
The M Mobility kit was pretty easy to use and I ran the car like that for about 70 miles. It was a mess inside the rim when I took the tire in to be repaired. BMW wanted around $100 to refill the M Mobility kit. I had it refilled, but next time I will use a five dollar can of fix a flat to fill it and use the M Mobility kit only as an air pump.

: I havent had any problems yet. BjWebber here on the board had a flat once though.

: I have silver with black interior. I would have LOVED to get the Oxford with Dark Grey int. Silver is the most common solor, then black, then blue. Oxford Green is almost unheard of, just like Dakar Yellow.

: : Seriously considering buying a 2000 M coupe. Thought I was going to wait for the E46 M3, but after seeing the coupe in person my mind has changed. Only a few nagging questions:

: : 1)Anyone have trouble with the car not having a spare? I never have had a tire problem before, but at least I knew I had a solution with my current 325.

: : 2)Silver or Oxford Green?

: : Thanks for any opinions; I'm hoping to close a deal next week.




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