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Old 11-27-2012, 05:57 PM
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Drop down in Size for Winter Tires?

After not being able to drive up my icy, slushy driveway today with my 2012 535xi, I'm considering storing my all-season 18" LS2's, in favor of winter tires. TireRack seems to suggest 17" tires for my car. Is this what most of the Festers are doing ... dropping down 1" for the winter. I understand why this may be advantageous. Thanks.
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