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      10-30-2011, 01:29 AM   #22

Drives: 2017 F87
Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: Canada

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Originally Posted by DUH CAR View Post
It's more of a personal choice. If you do not get new wheels, there is more wear and tear on the wheels and tires in changing them over each time. Also I think you pay more for the changeover. But I'm not a tire expert so don't know what this extra wear and tear means.....
i can share some cons about 2 tires, 1 rim changeovers
- repeated changeover strains the beads that can lead to air bleeding out between rim lip and tire bead
- improper balancing can occur every seasonal changeover
- risk of shop personnel not careful doing the changeover (rushing, lack training)
- run flat rims costs extra to mount/unmount vs. regular rims