You can get new TRX Tires from Coker Tire. I think the have a website. They make the tires from the original molds. They cost around $200 each. // heister
hi i'm safi from lebanon i have a bmw 635 csi 1985 and i love this car btw u have a nice car // safi
Thats what i'm lead to believe. I spoke to a desk jockey for Firestone out of the main office in Chicago and he tells me that Michelin quit making them in the late 90«s or so because there wasnt a market for them any more. Ford actually used those same tires for a brief moment. The wheels are a true 390mm wheel and a 16 nor 17 inch tire will fit it. Anymore almost all BMW wheels are made in standard sizes, so its more cost effective to just change over that route. I found a full set of 390's with wheels on ebay for 100.00! dont know if they are still there though. Anyways my gem is a bit of a restore project. Been doing all the work on my own. I drive it daily and it sees 120 130mph daily. Good luck. // Lawspeaker
Same here, I'm using the reserve tire rignt now, I was able to buy 2 used 390's plus shipping total of $85.00. I might be shopping around for rims and getting tired of chasing this 390's. You're telling me that no tires to fit this OE stock rims. Thanks // Laureano
Aftermarket wheels and tires
yes. I used some basic 5 spoke polished alum. wheels with 195/55 R15 tires. That alone dropped the car quite abit. the front end was lowered about 12 years ago and i dont really know the specifics on it. There is no wheel rub though. Good luck finding some tires to fit those rims. I have a full set of OE BMW wheels at home, spent two months trying to find some 390mm tires. They dont make them anymore is what I found out. // LAWSPEAKER
Did you use aftermarket rims. If so, what rims and tires did you put. Any problem with the offset. I don't whant any problems with my fenders when turning. Currently, i got still the stock rims and tires (Michelin TRX -220−55−VR390). I'm thinking several options 1. Try to buy new rims 2. What tires to place on my original rims?