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      01-11-2021, 10:16 AM   #1607
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Swapped out my Apex ARC-8 18" wheels for a set of OEM 437M. As much as I love 18" wheels, I think these F3x and F8x cars just have bigger bodies suited for 19" wheels. Will definitely have to adjust the coilover ride height - as these still have clearance but are a little tucked for my liking...

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Off snow boarding before covid shut it all down again

A939 - 20% inclines covered in drifting snow climbing up to 637m.

RWD 340i with nothing more than a snow board and some boots in the rear for weight, never got stuck once, AWD Volvo, Quattro Audi's all on summer tyres sitting spinning at the first incline, look on there faces after they say your not going to get up that in a bmw as you see them for the last time that day .... The Toyo Snow proxes arnt Nokians but they are still very good in the snow!
People still do not understand the benefits of snow/winter tires. It is more than worth it to buy a dedicated winter tire set if you live in a snowy climate.
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i need some guidance on lowering:
I have a 2016 F31 xDrive w/ Adaptive Suspension

Do I go:
a) springs only (leaning towards H&R)
b) springs + dinan bumpstops
c) springs + dinan bumpstops + dinan shockware
d) springs + bilsteins B6/B8

or

e) coilovers + EDC delete? [i'd prefer keeping adaptive suspension though]
Our F31 is Xdrive with adaptive and we just put H&R springs on, standard bump stops with 1 'notch' cut off the fronts

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Haven't been around here in a while, here's a few recent ones of mine! Current wheels are the Apex's.







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