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Old 11-07-2006, 06:56 AM
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Gary: need help ordering tires

Last night I just about ordered a set of winter tires for my '94 325is.

I was going to get the WS50 205/60 R15 for Maryland winter.

I did not see the place to enter your name so I stopped.

Sending them to the dealer sounds appealing to me. Although I just realized that if I change wheels, I could probably make it in one trip. Is there a dealer you recomend near Columbia, MD 21045?

Thanks.

p.s. This will be my third Rack order. I did two previously, and on my wifes Honda, we just went to a local place. NEVER again will I do that. I had it all set up over the phone, and when my daughter took the car in, they tried to screw her over.
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Old 11-07-2006, 07:21 AM
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The place to reference 'Gary/Bimmerfest' is towards the end of the order, stating " If you spoke with one of our sales representatives regarding this order, please enter that sales representative's name or phone extension".

Shipping to an installer often makes sense. Here is a direct link to our installer search :

http://www.tirerack.com/a.jsp?a=AB2&...ller/index.jsp
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