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      05-20-2008, 12:05 AM   #1
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How many miles can I expect to get out of my RFT's?

I know it depends on my driving style, so let's just say that I've been enjoying my new TT engine.......

15,000 miles maybe? Do I hear 18,000??
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      05-20-2008, 05:18 AM   #2
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this vastly depends on your driving style. For me probably 10-12k, as i like to take all freeway ramps at 60-70 when they are empty.
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      05-20-2008, 09:27 AM   #3
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I've got RFT's on my 2006 325i. I had to replace the fronts at about 22000 miles. I am at 30000 now, rears ok still. No time on the track, but I do some "spirited" road driving from time to time.
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      05-20-2008, 11:43 AM   #4
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I know it depends on my driving style, so let's just say that I've been enjoying my new TT engine.......
You don't say which tires you have, but assuming that they are the Bridgestone 050A RFTs, I got 30,000 out of a set on my Z4 with mostly highway & back road driving. This was by rotating them once but without the rotation, it would have been about 17,000 on the rear and perhaps 40,000 on the front.
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      05-20-2008, 01:30 PM   #5
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How long is a piece of string...?
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      05-20-2008, 03:49 PM   #6
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How long is a piece of string...?
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this vastly depends on your driving style. For me probably 10-12k, as i like to take all freeway ramps at 60-70 when they are empty.
Yeah, 10 - 12k is probably more realistic..


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You don't say which tires you have, but assuming that they are the Bridgestone 050A RFTs, I got 30,000 out of a set on my Z4 with mostly highway & back road driving. This was by rotating them once but without the rotation, it would have been about 17,000 on the rear and perhaps 40,000 on the front.
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I have the stock Bridgestone 050A RFT's. I've never got 30k out of regular highway tires, so I don't think I will be as lucky!
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