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Old 01-27-2005, 05:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I need some new tyre for my M3 which is currently running on 235/35/19 s. On Hartage wheels. Wondered what size of tyre would be best and if 245/35s would fit

I've seen some cheap(ish) rubber (225 40 19 Continental Contact Sport 250 a pair used which I think would fit but just wanted some advice

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Aight.. I'm gonna move you to the M3 forum....

Welcome to the forum...

As for the size tyre... I use a 235 in the front.. and a 265 in the rear.. so .. either way you go.. you should be fine.. as long as you stay between a 225 and 265 you'll be fine... all around... and hit up www.tirerack.com for some great prices...

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yeah you should use 235 in the front and 245 in the back. I recommend getting some michelin Pilot sport F1 tires these are good in all conditions.
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yeah you should use 235 in the front and 245 in the back. I recommend getting some michelin Pilot sport F1 tires these are good in all conditions.
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