Thread: Spare Tires?
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      09-29-2012, 08:37 PM   #65
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From full size spare to alloy space saver

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Originally Posted by Dackelone View Post
Humm... well... the guys at the dealer told me the spare was from an e46. Looks like thats wrong(e90/92). I really don't care. All I know is it fits and works! Plus... they even had it instock(!) and they were really keen in giving me a big discount IF I bought it. Which I did. I was going to get the e60 "kit" (wheel/tire and jack) but that was really expensive. I think 100 euros more, 300 euros?


Also with this alloy wheel you do not need to buy differnt wheel bolts! A big plus in my book. Who wants them rolling around in your trunk! Or trying to look for them on the side of the road!
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David
One model space saver fits a range of BMWs including the 1-series. While the REALOEM price was okay for me, the freight cost was higher than the cost of the wheel. So I am about to order the alloy space saver alone out of Europe from http://www.estore-central.com/part/36116788203 and fit a tyre here in Australia. The freight is only 39 Euros bringing the whole thing to about AUD250. Anything to gain some space back from carrying a full 18" wheel as a spare as I am right now. LOL
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