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      08-26-2012, 09:34 AM   #9
mith
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Drives: F30 328i
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Originally Posted by bcl0328 View Post
RFTs can be patched too. i got a nail in my rear a few weeks ago. still drove to work on it. didn't have to get out and change a tire. only cost me $40 to plug it. been fine ever since.
On my e90, I had a nail on the RFT on 3 separate occasions, plugged/patched at my local fuel station for about R40 [5 USD]
I think the RFT's on the F30 are much better (smoother).
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