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      10-09-2012, 09:21 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by Auto Pilot View Post
If it's an RFT, doesn't it matter how much you drove on the tire when flat, something about the sidewalls? My understanding is that it's repairable provided you didn't drive it with the tire deflated. Did the air completely leak out or is the air pressure inside the tire still pretty good?
OFFICIALLY RFTs are not repairable but as long as tire never went right down and was driven on sidewall it will be fine. I've had RFTs plugged before. Will never buy a car with RFt again. Mine are in garage.