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E21, E30General discussion and technical help for 1975-1991 3 series cars.
well..I'm not sure excatly how many because they were put on a little bit before I baught the car..but the girl doesn't have all the paperwork because they were a xmas present from her x...lol..umm..but thinking about it they arent that new..there are probably like 4-6K on them..and around a year..idk..hopefully slime will fix the leak..if not I'l just have to deal with it.
^^^ i hate to send more bad news your way, but a lot of times those stop leak things throw the balance of your tires off. it would be fine for normal driving, but for higher speeds it would be not so good.
BMW's mobility system is basically the same thing.
Your Ride: 1991 318is (e30 m42), 2007 Mazdaspeed 3
The ice-X is supposed to be a pretty good winter/snow tire. I also hear that the Dunlop M3 Wintersports (I have them on my Mazda) are good, and I will let you know my experience with them after this winter.