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Where can I locate four Dunlop Winter Sport M2 245/45-18 or 245/40-18 snow tires in stock or readily available?
 

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I just received 4 Dunlop Winter Sport tires, 235/45HR17, mounted on new wheels, balanced....ready to go from the Tirerack in Indiana. They seem to have a good selection and good prices. Their number is 219-287-2345. You will generally find their multi-page ad in the back of the major car magazines. In there you we see a choice of wheels styles too. The guys there know exactly what will fit on the 2000 M5. Had the set in a few days. Goodluck.
 

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Gary,
Thanks for the tip. I am trying to stay with an 18" wheel. Thier site shows they are b/o on this model until 12/15.

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Originally posted by GaryG:
I just received 4 Dunlop Winter Sport tires, 235/45HR17, mounted on new wheels, balanced....ready to go from the Tirerack in Indiana. They seem to have a good selection and good prices. Their number is 219-287-2345. You will generally find their multi-page ad in the back of the major car magazines. In there you we see a choice of wheels styles too. The guys there know exactly what will fit on the 2000 M5. Had the set in a few days. Goodluck.
 

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I've put on my car 255/45 18" from Pirelli. Not the best solution but it work.

Nico
 

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I would order now and get them on 12/15. But I would use the 265/35-18VR rears with the 245/40-18-VR fronts. There is only .3 inch diameter difference between the 265 and 275, and will lower the car less than a worn out tire.
 
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