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      11-17-2018, 04:31 PM   #89
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Does your tire ave the N1 (Porsche) designation? It appears that TireRack has only N1s in stock.
I got the Sottozero II's, staggered setup 275/285 35R20, at an independent shop in New Rochelle today. They did not have the N1 designation. $1,670, plus $100 for seasonal tire storage. Right across from a Porsche dealership if you need to pass some time while you wait.
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The snow storm yesterday was pretty nasty. The snow tires did good for you on the 20's? any feel of slippage?

I am probably going to go this route too and find 19's over the summer as people are selling them as takes offs.



I agree. Ideally 19's to have beaten up during these hard New England winters and 20's with summer tires for the summer. Been doing it for years lol
I've been rolling with the Sottozero II 275/285 setup on my 20s and we've had nasty weather here as well and they have performed perfectly. About $1500 with the rebate from TireRack, had a mobile installer come and swap out my tires at my house for $120.
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      11-18-2018, 01:50 PM   #91
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Update: I got the OEM 19" square setup....

I ordered the square OEM setup, 19" Ferric Grey 705M's with 265/40R 19 Michelin PA5's at the end of September. They were installed on October 19th.

Part number was 36-11-0-003-049 RDCI WINT. Cost was $3,072.78.

Pics attached. They are awesome looking wheels, but the wheel gap definitely needs to be reduced. Springs coming before next Summer!
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      11-18-2018, 06:03 PM   #92
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I got the Sottozero II's, staggered setup 275/285 35R20, at an independent shop in New Rochelle today. They did not have the N1 designation. $1,670, plus $100 for seasonal tire storage. Right across from a Porsche dealership if you need to pass some time while you wait.

Thanks, is it MK discount tire?
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I ordered the square OEM setup, 19" Ferric Grey 705M's with 265/40R 19 Michelin PA5's at the end of September. They were installed on October 19th.

Part number was 36-11-0-003-049 RDCI WINT. Cost was $3,072.78.

Pics attached. They are awesome looking wheels, but the wheel gap definitely needs to be reduced. Springs coming before next Summer!
Congrats!! Thanks for posting, I was wondering where did you get them from?
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Congrats!! Thanks for posting, I was wondering where did you get them from?
Ordered them from BMW of Minnetonka (Minnesota).
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Ordered them from BMW of Minnetonka (Minnesota).
Thank you!!
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      11-18-2018, 10:27 PM   #96
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Thanks, is it MK discount tire?
Yes, it was MK Discount Tire. Dealer (BMW of Manhattan) wanted $750 for seasonal tire storage, which seemed like a big ripoff, vs $100 at MK. Living in Manhattan sucks sometimes.
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Yes.

I have the 20" Sottozero's on my 19 Comp. So far so good!
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just mounted the pirelli sottozero serie 2 on oem wheels.

car feels much more stable. haven't ran it through alot of snow yet. but so far so good.
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I ordered the square OEM setup, 19" Ferric Grey 705M's with 265/40R 19 Michelin PA5's at the end of September. They were installed on October 19th.

Part number was 36-11-0-003-049 RDCI WINT. Cost was $3,072.78.

Pics attached. They are awesome looking wheels, but the wheel gap definitely needs to be reduced. Springs coming before next Summer!
Nice setup, but springs?? You have stock 19" as well?
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Nice setup, but springs?? You have stock 19" as well?
No, I have staggered OEM 20" setup for summer. I have always gone -1 for my winter setup. Store at dealer's tire hotel.
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So it would seem that the Pirelli Winter Sottozero Serie II XL 275/35/ZR20 & 285/35/ZR20 is the way to go for us with the OEM 20s.
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The rears appear to be unavailable. Would there be any issues running a square setup on the 275/35/ZR20 front size? Apparently Pirelli says they are good on anything from 9" to 11" wide, so the 10.5" rear rims *should* work, right?
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The rears appear to be unavailable. Would there be any issues running a square setup on the 275/35/ZR20 front size? Apparently Pirelli says they are good on anything from 9" to 11" wide, so the 10.5" rear rims *should* work, right?
I have 285 square setup on stock 20"
No problem at all
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The rears appear to be unavailable. Would there be any issues running a square setup on the 275/35/ZR20 front size? Apparently Pirelli says they are good on anything from 9" to 11" wide, so the 10.5" rear rims *should* work, right?
I have 285 square setup on stock 20"
No problem at all
See my other post. Squared set (ferric grey) was good but much happier with the staggered orbit grey 705M's. Both on Michelin's.
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The rears appear to be unavailable. Would there be any issues running a square setup on the 275/35/ZR20 front size? Apparently Pirelli says they are good on anything from 9" to 11" wide, so the 10.5" rear rims *should* work, right?
I have 285 square setup on stock 20"
No problem at all
Same here - so far so good. The ride has gotten softer as well since the tires are much thicker so no complaints.
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      11-23-2018, 02:19 PM   #106
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Got Sottozero lls 275/35/20 front and 285/35/20 for the rear. Paid $1,618.76 for the set off of Tire Rack. Haven't had any snow since but I don't anticipate any issues.
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Oh nice! Looks like they are back in stock! Thank you!
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Has anyone found 3rd party 19" wheels for winter?
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      11-24-2018, 12:57 AM   #110
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Has anyone found 3rd party 19" wheels for winter?
Yes, these and they are made in Montreal.

https://www.braelin.ca/productinfo.a...dan+(f90)_s_pp

You can have them at many places but I go at VAG Motorsport in Laval.
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