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Old 03-17-2020, 08:44 PM
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space saving spare post order?

Hey now! I just ordered an X5 40i from the factory but decided afterward that I would like to have the space saving spare in case I changed out the RFT at a later date. Unfortunately I asked for the change after production started so I couldn't change the order. I've looked all over and it doesn't appear to be available from BMW as a part. Does anyone know where it can be obtained post sale?

Gotta admit this is the strangest car purchase I've ever made. Things are pretty turbulent and it seems highly likely that the production line will be suspended or slowed down making delivery date a big question. And when it does get done, I wonder what shape the economy will be in. I guess we'll figure it out as we go.
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Old 03-17-2020, 08:50 PM
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Surf through RealOEM.com to find the wheel part number, and jack kit part numbers. ESS Tuning and others sell many of the OE spare tire rims.

So many people wanted to retrofit 7's with the spare tire that BMW made a parts list of everything needed, including the parts to build up the trunk floor.

That's the problem with "just-in-time" manufacturing. If there's a glitch in the supply chain everything comes grinding to a halt.

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Old 03-17-2020, 09:02 PM
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Surf through RealOEM.com to find the wheel part number, and jack kit part numbers. ESS Tuning and others sell many of the OE spare tire rims.

So many people wanted to retrofit 7's with the spare tire that BMW made a parts list of everything needed, including the parts to build up the trunk floor.

That's the problem with "just-in-time" manufacturing. If there's a glitch in the supply chain everything comes grinding to a halt.
Thanks for the tip!
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Old 03-19-2020, 07:02 PM
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I inquired at BMWPartsPros.com,. And got the following response. I have a 2020 40i xdrive xline.

Thank you for providing your VIN.

BMW does have a kit for your vehicle, but is yet available to order from them just yet.

Part number: 36-11-2-470-249
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Old 03-20-2020, 07:34 AM
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I inquired at BMWPartsPros.com,. And got the following response. I have a 2020 40i xdrive xline.

Thank you for providing your VIN.

BMW does have a kit for your vehicle, but is yet available to order from them just yet.

Part number: 36-11-2-470-249
That part number is just for the wheel and spare tire, some say just the wheel. It had been available to purchase but was discontinued. You would still need to try and get the rest of the package which is currently not marketed for the G05. Some have used the jack/lug wrench, container, etc. from an F15 and say it fits fine. All together I think folks were saying around $500 for everything.
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Old 03-20-2020, 06:28 PM
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Interesting because this website - https://www.schmiedmann.com/en/produ...6-11-2-470-249 indicates wheel and tire/tyre. There's no mention of the jack and other tools but that should be easy enough.

Meanwhile, it looks like their Spartanburg plant is closing from at least April 3 to April 19. My X5 is technically in "production begins" status but I have to believe it will proceed any further. To shut a plant down like that they must be clearing the queue for anything that can be finished by April 3 and everything else gets shut down until things can be restarted. I suppose when it does get restarted, they would reduce production to some extent. Our loan rate is locked for 90 days so I wouldn't be surprised if that might need to be reworked. But if anything, rates are only likely to get better and it wouldn't surprise me if there were other incentives put out there.

I've never factory ordered a car and this one is certainly a pretty nice one by our standards. This is going to be a memorable experience for sure.
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Old 03-20-2020, 06:44 PM
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Interesting because this website - https://www.schmiedmann.com/en/produ...6-11-2-470-249 indicates wheel and tire/tyre. There's no mention of the jack and other tools but that should be easy enough.

Meanwhile, it looks like their Spartanburg plant is closing from at least April 3 to April 19. My X5 is technically in "production begins" status but I have to believe it will proceed any further. To shut a plant down like that they must be clearing the queue for anything that can be finished by April 3 and everything else gets shut down until things can be restarted. I suppose when it does get restarted, they would reduce production to some extent. Our loan rate is locked for 90 days so I wouldn't be surprised if that might need to be reworked. But if anything, rates are only likely to get better and it wouldn't surprise me if there were other incentives put out there.

I've never factory ordered a car and this one is certainly a pretty nice one by our standards. This is going to be a memorable experience for sure.
That is really interesting. This part is unavailable in the US, but I can buy it in Denmark and have it delivered to me in the US in 5-7 working days for about $325 all in. Thanks for the link. Something tells me it will take longer in the current crisis, but still, it is a great find.
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Old 03-20-2020, 07:08 PM
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Meanwhile, it looks like their Spartanburg plant is closing from at least April 3 to April 19. My X5 is technically in "production begins" status but I have to believe it will proceed any further. To shut a plant down like that they must be clearing the queue for anything that can be finished by April 3 and everything else gets shut down until things can be restarted. I suppose when it does get restarted, they would reduce production to some extent. Our loan rate is locked for 90 days so I wouldn't be surprised if that might need to be reworked. But if anything, rates are only likely to get better and it wouldn't surprise me if there were other incentives put out there.

I've never factory ordered a car and this one is certainly a pretty nice one by our standards. This is going to be a memorable experience for sure.
I had not heard about the Spartanburg shutdown, but I have confirmed it from local sources. I live about 100 miles from the plant. Good luck with your build.
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Old 03-20-2020, 07:12 PM
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By the way, I just put in a request for this part from my local BMW dealer. It will be interesting to see if they can get this part and what they will charge. I'm pretty sure that it will be cheaper to ship it from Denmark than to buy it from the dealer, but it is worth a shot.
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Hey now! I just ordered an X5 40i from the factory but decided afterward that I would like to have the space saving spare in case I changed out the RFT at a later date. Unfortunately I asked for the change after production started so I couldn't change the order. I've looked all over and it doesn't appear to be available from BMW as a part. Does anyone know where it can be obtained post sale?

Gotta admit this is the strangest car purchase I've ever made. Things are pretty turbulent and it seems highly likely that the production line will be suspended or slowed down making delivery date a big question. And when it does get done, I wonder what shape the economy will be in. I guess we'll figure it out as we go.
Did you check the online part database base sites like realoem.com or bimmercat.com? If not...you didn't indicate any special options like sport brakes etc...if you did order those...then database says the emergency wheel/tire kit being mentioned here...won't fit over those brakes:



The tools, storage for tools, and lifting jack etc can be purchased separately from BMW (if you don't find an all-in-one kit from one of them online vendors):

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Old 03-21-2020, 04:17 PM
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^ That is bad/outdated information. The spare tire fits just fine over MSport brakes.

Here is a pic of it on a 2019 with MSport brakes.
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Old 03-21-2020, 04:22 PM
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FWIW, on my GT, I found that if one TPMS isn't working, the system displays an error message and then won't display the status of any of the other sensors. Really frustrating. If you do get a spare, you might want a TPMS in it to keep track of the status. Hopefully, later MY vehicles handle that error condition better than it did on mine.
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^ That is bad/outdated information. The spare tire fits just fine over MSport brakes.

Here is a pic of it on a 2019 with MSport brakes.
What’s is the part number for the emergency spare you have pictured? The part nbr for the spare in my reply above is 36112470249.

Some of the emergency wheel/tire kits sold by online vendors for some F series BMWs come with a spacer that allows the spare to fit correctly oN models with larger brakes.

The part number would be helpful in verifying if the info is incorrect for G series with sport brakes.
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What’s is the part number for the emergency spare you have pictured? The part nbr for the spare in my reply above is 36112470249.

Some of the emergency wheel/tire kits sold by online vendors for some F series BMWs come with a spacer that allows the spare to fit correctly oN models with larger brakes.

The part number would be helpful in verifying if the info is incorrect for G series with sport brakes.
Spares from the F15 will not work on the G05. There is only one spare tire for the G05 that is (was) available as far as anyone has been able to determine and it fits over the MSport brakes. I believe it is the part number we are talking about but I ordered the spare option so don't know what part the person who took that pic purchased.
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When digging further....it looks like BMW part number 36116880744 doesn't have the warning in regards to the sport brake packages.

BTW...my reference to the F series wasn't to say they could be used on the G05 (isn't the bolt pattern different?)...I was only referring to the use of a spacer to get the emergency spare too small to fit over the brakes...to actually be used to fit over the brakes.
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When digging further....it looks like BMW part number 36116880744 doesn't have the warning in regards to the sport brake packages.
I'm trying to get confirmation on the part number from the owner who took that picture, I will post any info I get.
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I heard back from him and the number on his wheel is 6880744 which equates to 36116880744 which is just the wheel. To get the wheel and tire it would be the 36112470249 part number.
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