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      11-12-2012, 10:41 PM   #1
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FS: Winter Set Up (OEM 17's + Blizzak LM-60's) !

Greetings Guys,

Up for sale is my winter set up that was on my E92 335xi. Pictures below.

These are OEM 17" wheels that came with the car, and they have almost new Bridgestone Blizzak LM-60 tires with less than 1500 miles). Mounting and balancing was done at Gebhardt BMW in Boulder. For those who are researching winter tires, I have tried many, and I have a hard time believing there is a better tire than the Blizzak LM-60 for when it comes to the E92 in Colorado winters. I loved this set up.

I'm selling for $900. The tires would be that much alone, and I'm sure forum members can attest to this being a great price. I just want them to go to a good Colorado home, and now is definitely the time if you do not have a Winter set up yet.

I ran this set up last winter. The wheels are in very good condition. Some of them have minor road rashes on them, but certainly nothing major. Normally I would NEVER sell this set up (especially with OEM wheels), but alas... I'm on to my next BMW dream... the E39 M5. I sure will miss everyone around here. Great forum. Soon I will be parting out my car, and have some great stuff that I will put up for the Colorado community. BMW performance wheel, Cobb, AFE intake that was on for one month, and an ETS 5" intercooler that was also on for only a month.

I'm looking for local pick up only in Boulder. I might even be convinced to throw in the Tirerack tire totes for free! First come first served!

Thanks!
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      11-13-2012, 11:53 AM   #2
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I had an e39 540i and I loved it! best of luck to your m5 search. Just wondering.. where did you get those tire totes? I am ready to stop using trash bags haha
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      11-13-2012, 12:07 PM   #3
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Tirerack.com for tire totes. I think they are $20 for a 2 pack... so, $40 for all 4 wheels. Definitely worth having for:

1. much cleaner to move around the house.

2. I put them in my basement and the handles make it much easer to get them up and down stairs.

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      11-24-2012, 01:47 AM   #4
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SOLD!
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