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    Please help..... I have a 320d and it is running on run flats. If possible I would like to take the run flats off and put normal tyres on with new alloys. Is this possible without making any alterations to the car?
     
     

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    Nope no alterations are needed, although personally i would not take them off. I bought new deep dish alloys for mine and put the RFT's on them, works fine and with a bit of tyre stretch looks good too
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    Thankyou for the quick reply. It's just a cheaper deal for alloys and tyres all round them too buy run flats for 2. Thanks again.
     
     

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    I know the feeling, im now looking at selling my 18" rims and buying 19's then putting RFT's on them. Should be expensive
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