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      12-09-2013, 06:27 PM   #9
BeamerandBimmer
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Drives: N63,N54
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Location: So.Maryland -->Fort Collins,CO

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My suggestion is to look in the classified ads in the various X5 boards for a set of used wheels with either all-season or snow tires. I looked into this and found some decent deals last year but ended up just buying a winter package from my dealer for @$2600. When you go to turn in your X5 at the end of lease BMW requires that you return it with the correct size run flat tires.
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