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Old 04-11-2006, 11:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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What kind of tires should I get for my 2002 325Ci w/ Sport Package?

I had a tire blowout last night and used my full sized spare. I know the Michelin Pilot HX tires that goes on the car are really expensive. They are sized P225/45/R17 tires and go for about $200+ each.

Does anyone have a good recommendation for an alternative that won't cost so much? Also, where do you recommend I get them?

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If it is a rear tire on a ZSP car, doubt you will find it for much cheaper.

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I'm real happy with my BFG Traction T/A High Performance All-Season. I have 225/50/R17, and they ran about $135 a copy.

You really shouldn't mismatch tread design, though. One design may channel water more efficiently than the other, and could give you a pull to one side or the other in bad weather conditions.

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haaa ive got the same car as you, 02,325ci,with sport package, and my tire blew too. expect not my spair. Im going with new faulken tires.Do you have stock rims?
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