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      09-07-2005, 11:21 PM   #1
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Non RF on your OEM rims

Hi Guys,

Has anyone tried putting normal/non-runflats on their OEM BMW rims ?

Just wondering whether the rims are specifically made for run-flats and whether they are compatible with normal tyres ...
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      09-09-2005, 08:50 AM   #2
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i am not sure if there is specifically a type of rim that is designed for a run-flat tire. but i have non runflats on the OEM type 162 and they are great.
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did u replace em or did just come like that?
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did u replace em or did just come like that?

i actually bought the wheels seperately on bmwwheels.com and then got the tires from tirerack. the replaced the standard 16" wheels and RFT's on the 325i.
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