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Old 06-01-2005, 11:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Guys,

PLease advise

I have now done 23000 miles on my runflat tyres and have a bad vibration
between 50 -80 mph

I need to replace them as they have worn on the inside and outside, but not in the middle!

Should I go for ordinary tyres for a better ride and wear?

I am based in the UK

Many Thanks in advance

Sean
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Originally posted by Saxman@Jun 1 2005, 12:32 PM
Guys,

PLease advise

I have now done 23000 miles on my runflat tyres and have a bad vibration
between 50 -80 mph

I need to replace them as they have worn on the inside and outside, but not in the middle!

Should I go for ordinary tyres for a better ride and wear?

I am based in the UK

Many Thanks in advance

Sean
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Whatever you replace them with, go with higher air pressure; that is why the middle is not wearing. Be diligent & check it often to ensure your tires aren't low on air. It'll give you better handling, better mpg, and will save you money.
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