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      07-19-2012, 06:27 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by pavo335 View Post
might be ok if you have a slow m3 but in a x35 you generally need the added traction, you know from the extra torque

I understand as a contractor money might be a little tight so have a look on the second hand forums for some slightly used rubber
Im a perm buddy. Long service leave coming up in 2 more years! Then we will see who is laughing

Anyway, that last 50kms that RFT allow you to drive could be the difference between sleeping on the couch with the dog or getting home on time and making the wife happy. So to me RFT are very important
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