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      11-16-2014, 02:02 PM   #1
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Stretched runflat

Does anybody know if it will be possible to stretch a Bridgestone RE050 225/35/19 tyre onto a 9J Rim only reason I ask is I've got a tyre sat in my shed with 7mm tread and got a puncher this evening and its when it happens you realise how much of a pain in the arse it is not having one.

I've got my eye on a 9J rear bmw wheel just would be nice to make use of that spare tyre.

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Thanks for the response mate I know from last fitting them runflats are a pain in the arse to fit, I hate doing them so I'll let someone struggle stretching these on
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You MAY need someone with a bead blaster but tbh it should go on fairly easy even without. It's a little bit more stretch than my old rears which were Bridgestone rft's and they went on without a blaster.
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I won the wheel so will wait till it arrives and hope for the best 30 for a MV4 can't argue with that mint face with a few cracks, don't care about that for a spare
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You MAY need someone with a bead blaster but tbh it should go on fairly easy even without. It's a little bit more stretch than my old rears which were Bridgestone rft's and they went on without a blaster.
That's cool I know a garage with one of those, thanks bud
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