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      10-12-2012, 08:39 PM   #13
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It's cheaper to buy non-RFT and a tire in a bag kit.
RFT are toast if you drive more than a couple of miles or so with them flat.
To save the tire, you need to not drive on it.
Also if you are stuck on a long trip, you will wait 3 days while they source the RFT that nobody stocks.

The safest thing is a spare.

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