Originally Posted by digitallust
Are yours repairable though? because apparantly there are some RFT that are repairable and some that arnt.
You know, I haven't checked the sidewall info. Not sure. Thing is, even if the tyre has a 'Do Not Repair' warning, it may, in some circumstances, be repairable. Even if you give it a go with a puncture repair first.
My concerns are how it would stand up to sustained high speed (up to legal limit of course) country driving, spirited driving & cornering and most of all, how your insurance company would react in the case of a collision if they discovered a repaired rft, even if the circumstances surrounding the collision was not in any way caused by the repair. (Such as rear ended etc.)
I will check the info on my tyre.
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