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Need tires 20 inch for my BMW 535i

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    Need tires 20 inch for my BMW 535i

    Hi guys - can someone help with any shop which offer good prices in AUH or DXB? I prefer AUH.. I'm planning to move from runflat to regular tires. Any advise would be appreciated


    Thanks,
    Junaid K S

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    Head down to Al Hawai tyres who are authorized dealers of Pirelli, we have an ongoing discount with the for club members. Check the sponsorship section for their contact details and give them a ring with your requirement.
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      #3
      Spoke to them.. they are crazy... 4 tyres 7250/-


      Thanks,
      Junaid K S

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        #4
        So expensive


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          #5
          Originally posted by motogp View Post
          Spoke to them.. they are crazy... 4 tyres 7250/-


          Thanks,
          Junaid K S
          Try Future tyres in Al quz, they have a variety of brands.
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            #6
            They have 950 for Pirelli Zero Non RFT.. anyone knows if I change from RFT to non RFT will that affect my service warranty?? I called BMW guy he was not sure and asked me to check with service department.. but anyone has experience??


            Thanks,
            Junaid K S

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              #7
              Originally posted by motogp View Post
              They have 950 for Pirelli Zero Non RFT.. anyone knows if I change from RFT to non RFT will that affect my service warranty?? I called BMW guy he was not sure and asked me to check with service department.. but anyone has experience??


              Thanks,
              Junaid K S
              No experience, but changing RFT to non-RFT should not void your warranty logically.
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                #8
                Check for nexun tires they are good tires and cheap


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                  #9
                  I changed 2 front Dunlop RFT.. next change after 30-40 k, I'll go for non RFT P Zero or Michelin


                  Thanks,
                  Junaid K S

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                    #10
                    Don't do it.
                    I made this mistake and am regretting every bit of it.

                    I changed both my RFT to non RFT at the rear and it was the worst decision ever.
                    If you drive hard and use your BMW as it's meant to be used - a great handling car - non RFT will ruin it.

                    After I changed my rear sets with regular tyres - there is a lot of body roll, the back is thrown around in every corner and it's not a good place to be. I can't point her the way I want her to go and forget about everything - with the regular tyres at the back I now have to think of the what the back is going to do.

                    I have Dunlop run flats on the front and the Dunlop non run flats on the back.

                    TLDR : If you want your car to handle like a BMW and not a bus - don't switch to NRFT.

                    If you're still keen on changing them - I'm looking to get rid of my tyres (non RFT) 275/35/ R20 hit me up :)

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                      #11
                      I see.. thanks for heads up.. but what about all changing to non RFT, will it be ok? As of now I changed front with RFT only, but in future I was planning to go for non RFT all to have smoother ride :)


                      Thanks,
                      Junaid K S

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by gauravprksh View Post
                        Don't do it.
                        I made this mistake and am regretting every bit of it.

                        I changed both my RFT to non RFT at the rear and it was the worst decision ever.
                        If you drive hard and use your BMW as it's meant to be used - a great handling car - non RFT will ruin it.

                        After I changed my rear sets with regular tyres - there is a lot of body roll, the back is thrown around in every corner and it's not a good place to be. I can't point her the way I want her to go and forget about everything - with the regular tyres at the back I now have to think of the what the back is going to do.

                        I have Dunlop run flats on the front and the Dunlop non run flats on the back.

                        TLDR : If you want your car to handle like a BMW and not a bus - don't switch to NRFT.

                        If you're still keen on changing them - I'm looking to get rid of my tyres (non RFT) 275/35/ R20 hit me up :)

                        Did you get the alignment done after you changed the tyres?
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                          #13
                          They just did wheel balancing for front tyres that I changed.. they inspected and said wheel alignment is not needed, it's good.


                          Thanks,
                          Junaid K S

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