You got an unbelievable deal.Agree, first time I went to this shop that had high recomendations on Tire rack was for my
cupped Michelins at 16k, they rotated and roadforced balanced the tires at no charge , so for that they gained a customer and yes they allowed me back in the shop to speak with the tech doing the work, tech even started speaking about how radical some of the camber settings he has seen on other BMW's, all in all a good experience, no vibration, no pulling, a perfectly straight steering wheel.
As soon as you acquire a car, new or used, you must do an alignment.My 2012 X5 35d with 2100 miles went in for an alignment check because I started noticing a lot of noise, Hendrick in Charlotte NC said I was WAY out on the toe. Ard a member here suggested the proper numbers but Hendrick had to set it to "factory" specs, which was far away from where I was in settings. My 20" Dunlaps were and still are flat out destroyed.
Something is VERY wrong in BMW's alignment department in Spartanburg SC.:thumbdwn: