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      02-02-2013, 07:58 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by 335BBS View Post
They destroy your wheels when they are fully inflated. Sidewalls are like cement which contributes to bending and ill handling .
Maybe you could explain how RFTs "destroy your wheels" ?

I have driven a 3 Series since RFTs were introduced in 2005. I have had a couple flats, but never any problems with the rims.

As for the "ill handling", I have yet to read of any serious negative comments about handling by professional drivers who have tested the E9X or F30, other than the expected criticism of all season tires when a car was so equipped.
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