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  • Mixing Run-Flat Tires with Non-Run-Flat Tires? Read This First!

  • …to non-run-flat tires. What should you do if you only need two tires? Can you replace just two tires with non-run-flat options while keeping the other two run-flat tires on the vehicle? The best advice I can give is to avoid mixing run-flat tires and non-run-flat tires. The consensus between tire

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  • Mixing Tires

  • mixing tires with different tread patterns, internal constructions or sizes and use identical tires on all of their vehicle's wheel positions in order to maintain the best control and stability. Additionally, drivers should never mix winter tires with all-season/summer tires or mix run-flat tires

  • Project STR Scores Big at the Tire Rack SCCA Solo Nationals

  • runs. His third run was safe, but only 14th quick. Both drivers had some work to do the following day. Day two dawned overcast and cool which worried some drivers hoping for extra tire traction from higher temps. But that didn’t bother our team as our Dunlop Direzza Sport Z1 Star Spec tires

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  • Frequently Asked Questions

  • …submitting feedback on this answer. Why can't I use run-flat tires without a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)? Because run-flat tires are so good at masking the traditional loss-of-air symptoms that accompany a flat tire, they require a tire pressure monitoring system to alert the driver that…

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