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Asked by Dec 06, 2008 at 02:49 PM

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what is fun flat tire?

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a "run" flat tire is a special tire that when all the air is released it still looks as if it is full, the side walls are very stiff on them and help in turn to get you to the nearest shop to have the tire fixed, most companys recommend buying a new tire if you have drove on it " flat" for more then a km

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