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Old 01-20-2008, 05:48 PM
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Originally Posted by Royce View Post
Thanks for the input Terry
I was looking into 265 all around so I could possibly rotate my tires...except since I have 8'' wide rims on the front and 9" wide rims (stock 18" wheels) on the rear figured that would not be an option (to rotate) also afraid 265's on the front 8" rim could be too wide a tire...

I like the 245 265 setup now that they are on....

Oh my M3 problem in Tyler texas (I mentioned above) turned out to be the coilpaks. Funny thing ...before I purchased this 2003 I looked at a 2002 where the guy had just replaced his coil paks...guess that's the E46 M3's weak link...
What is the "coilpaks"? What does it do and where is it located? Also how much was it to replace?
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