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E46 M3 (2001-2006) Engine: S54 - Max Hp: 333 hp at 7,900 rpm / 262 lb/ft at 4,900 rpm
Total Produced: 45,000+ - Years Produced: 2001 to 2006.


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Old Thu, Jul-29-2010, 03:36:09 PM   #1
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Hey sorry if this is the wrong forum, I'm in serious need of replacing my tires. I have been trying to find the Continental DSW's for my oem 19's, they are on back order everywhere... I was wondering if anyone here knew a reputable source to order them. Tirerack has an ETA of 4-6weeks.

While they do have the fronts, the rears are completely oos (255/35/19).

I was also wondering if their was maybe a higher profile that would fit without rubbing, i'm aiming for the most comfort possible on the 19s.

Again please forgive me if this is the wrong forum.
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Gawd I wonder why they are on BO?



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You can upsize to 245/35 front - 275/30 rear if you want. If it makes it easier to find tires anyway.
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I'm running 255/35/19 and 285/30/19 with no rubbing. It's close, but no rubbing. It's an excellent tire for the money.
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This backorder issue was why I went with the Potenza Pole Positions over the DW tires. I had to pay more, but whatever. Still a great tire.
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are you talking about the DWS's? Or the DW's?

The DWS's are all season, just making sure you understand that.
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I just had the DWS Extreme Contact installed last week (same specs as you indicated with the rears being on BO until SEPT when i contacted tirerack) . I intially placed an order on tirerack but couldnt wait till SEPT for the rears , so I contacted America Tire Company that I have used in the past here locally, and they got me the tires in two days time and price matched tire rack. The service mger told me they do a lot of business with Continential therefore had access to the tires. Try contacting a few local tire shops and see if they can get it for you. Just tell them that you wer gonna order online and figured using their shop to order since it local. Have them price match the order. Dont tell em its on backorder, they might try to get few extra bucks out of you.

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Thanks for all the help guys.

hgill, i'm gonna try that today, thanks a bunch.

ianmason, DWS, I want the all seasons. thanks.
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