Tires

Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by Dirty Mormon, Apr 12, 2005.

  1. Dirty Mormon

    Dirty Mormon Guest

    E46fanatics is down for me, So I was wondering, what replacement tires should I get for my 2000 BMW 323i? I live in Pennsylvania, so I need tires that can handle some decent amounts of rain, and I'd like them to be somewhat performance oriented. I think the stock rims are 15 or 16's (I'm at college so I can't check).
     
  2. Mannie Fresh

    Mannie Fresh OT Supporter

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    Michelin Pilot sport A/S if you can afford it. I just put these on my M3, the handling is awesome in the wet and dry. I can go as fast in the wet on these as i could in the dry on my kumho's
     
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    CalSpeedRacer i lurk

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    Pilot Sport A/S. A/S stands for all season. yeh
     
  5. ChosenGSR

    ChosenGSR Mama always said you'd be the chosen one

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    winter set
    summer set

    :bigok:

    all seasons suck.
     

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