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      10-22-2012, 10:13 AM   #11
ndabunka
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Originally Posted by JNoSol View Post
I think other forum members have tried it. However, BMW claims that it is normal so your words vs theirs. It's not pulling anymore, I can even let go of the steering wheel at high and low speed (testing purposes only, I don't endorse this activity).

From experience, I will negotiate non-RF Contis and an alignment on my next BMW purchase. The cost difference between the two tires should cover the alignment cost, so I don't see why they would argue with me.
The Dunlops are about TWICE as expensive as the DWS tires yet the dealers will still charge $140 to do the swap (for services). Not certain what they end up doing with the original Dunlops but 'selling them for a profit" is probably the answer.
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