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      12-28-2018, 09:28 AM   #89
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Which exact rims?
I have quotes from HRE RC104 and Signature SV104 both wheels are forged and, weigh about the same.
Will see soon
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      12-29-2018, 11:14 AM   #90
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Not at all.
I stopped yesterday on middle of mine driveway which had 9% pitch and, it had about 1" snow on it. Start driving up hill and didn't see traction light on
Gripes like crazy, more then happy.
I made a video that I might post
Did you get the 285/35R20 104V XL ones at closeout sale for about $155 each and installed on OEM staggered 20" wheels? That is a crazy low price. Have been trying to get the Sottozero Serie II but the 285 size is on backorder and cannot find anything else suitable.

Also curious, have you tried to push the car at all with these? Wonder how they perform when pushed in comparison to the summer staggered setup. Any vibration/road noise?

Also wonder if anybody has tried to mix the Sottozero Serie II for front (which come in 275 size) and the Sottozero 3 for the back.
I am more then happy with them. Perform very well in dry and snow. Noise wise is like nothing, like performance tires.

Did I push the limit on those tires, heck yeah
This Dragy numbers are 0-60 on those tires at 45 deg weather
Impressive numbers
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Tires just came in and dropped the car to BMW. Paying $160 for the set.
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Tires just came in and dropped the car to BMW. Paying $160 for the set.
$160 a piece not for set?
$640 for set off 4 right?
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I payed $712 for the tires and $160 for installation from bmw with nitrogen fill.


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Tires just came in and dropped the car to BMW. Paying $160 for the set.
$160 a piece not for set?
$640 for set off 4 right?[/quote]
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I payed $712 for the tires and $160 for installation from bmw with nitrogen fill.


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Tires just came in and dropped the car to BMW. Paying $160 for the set.
$160 a piece not for set?
$640 for set off 4 right?
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That's a steal
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Would winter wheel setup on 2016 m5 fit in 2019 m5? Or it's different fitment?
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Would winter wheel setup on 2016 m5 fit in 2019 m5? Or it's different fitment?
No it won't, bolt pattern is different
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