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      06-06-2007, 11:50 AM   #1
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Question for the Tirerack guys

Hey guys,

I'm wanting to order some wheels and tires but I'd like to know if we can use someone other then UPS to ship them to Canada cuz I HATE THEM...

Anyways, I'm looking at getting the ASA JH8 in 18's but a staggared setup for my 07 328i non sport pkg.

Can any of you give me a quote for set with Continental ContiSportContact 3 on em?

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For an up to date quote including shipping use the site here :

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Enter your Canadian postal code for a shipping quote.

I can ship Fedex to Canada by special request for the same price as quoted for UPS. To select this option refer to "gary/use Fedex" as your previous contact at the end of your online order.
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Will the 18's or 19's fit with no issues? What about the TPS?

And how long does it usually take to ship?

Thanks for the help Gary! I'll likely order these pretty quick here.

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18" or 19" do work. Average shipping to to Canda has been about 1-2 weeks. If you have tire pressures sensors, we can add them for $49 per wheel. If you have the ABS-based (not live sensors) system you won't need any sensors.
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Will the 18's or 19's fit with no issues? What about the TPS?

And how long does it usually take to ship?

Thanks for the help Gary! I'll likely order these pretty quick here.

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No problems with 18s or 19s. I wouldn't run 19s in AB b/c you are running a greater risk with rim damage. As long as you don't have an e90 built after mar'07, you don't need sensors. All of your questions could have been answered by searching this forum.

BTW, I wouldn't use Fedex anymore. I've ordered twice through TR, and both times used Fedex. The first time everything went well, but the second time was a pain in the ass. Fedex now requires you to get a GST number to clear customs, even if it is for personal use. Not worth the trouble. Just use UPS (never thought I'd say that).
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No problems with 18s or 19s. I wouldn't run 19s in AB b/c you are running a greater risk with rim damage. As long as you don't have an e90 built after mar'07, you don't need sensors. All of your questions could have been answered by searching this forum.

BTW, I wouldn't use Fedex anymore. I've ordered twice through TR, and both times used Fedex. The first time everything went well, but the second time was a pain in the ass. Fedex now requires you to get a GST number to clear customs, even if it is for personal use. Not worth the trouble. Just use UPS (never thought I'd say that).
Hmmm... I read on my car's sticker a build date of 02/07? So I should be ok for the TPM??
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