Originally Posted by Artofnoize
A lot of people on here got rid of their run flats because of wear or the install of different rims. Everyone says that non run flats are a much nicer ride. I would not purchase run flats for myself. If it was my wife's daily driver now that's a different story. I can tell you one thing about the run flats, they do work well if they get punctured.
Yeah, but I'm not willing to go stick a nail in all of my tires to get a decent ride.
I'm with the guy who noted "run flats == junk", except I think that is a bit too charitable toward the things.
There are a LOT of premium SUV/Xover tires out there. Choices sorta depend on whether you want ultimate traction in dry, tread life, wet/cold traction, noise/low noise, etc.