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Old Mon, May-14-2018, 07:42:38 PM   #1
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Default Winter Wheel/Tire Set

D Force LTW 5 wheels in 18x9. These are under 18lbs a piece and in excellent condition. 5x120 Bolt pattern. I have used them on both my 1997 M3 (no spacers needed, different tires) and 2006 M3 (with 12mm spacers in rear and 5mm in front).

The tires are Dunlop SP Wintersport 3D tires in 265-35 size, V rated. Only a few months drive time on them, all local.

These will handle all your cold month needs, great traction. If you run summer tires on your car, you need these for the <38 deg temperatures of December to March.

Currently in Williamsburg, VA. Moving south, will not need these any longer!!!
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Old Tue, May-15-2018, 12:10:37 PM   #2
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Default Re: Winter Wheel/Tire Set

Having just moved from Williamsburg, VA - I wish I knew you were in the area! Surprised you felt the need to run winter wheels when the whole area shuts down for a half inch of snow anyway.
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