My GoodYear RAS Eagle RunFlat Rear got punctured yesterday around half inch metal cut.. the local tyre shop tried to repaid from outside but still its leaking air.. he said it needs repair from inside but putting a melting rubber or something like that? my question is that is it possible to repair this?? (pls say yes I dont wanna replace my tyre!)... If yes that is there any precaution for TPMS monitor while opening the tyre or removing it from the RIM?
I had serious problems trying to replace the Pirrelli's here. GY isn't going to be very easy on you either. It's best to buy your tires from the States and import em. I did this with the last 3 sets of tires. Tire shop might be able to repair the tire.... Depending on if yours is an export model or not and the year, I'd be tempted to replace the TPMS as it's pretty cheap to do it when the tire is already off.
I would try and pay someone to ship you a set of tires. If you need new tires that is.. In my opinion its inevitable that your goodyear tires will fail. Those tires are a huge waste of money.
The nitto 420s tires are cheaper than the stock goodyears. And they are MUCH better. The ride is just so much smoother without that stiff sidewall in the goodyears.
I mean IDK how it will work for you since you have to get the tires shipped out over seas. But it might be worth it to pay someone to help you out. You could order the tires, pads and rotors and have them sent to their home. They can take the tires to a local UPS store and ship them out for you. Shipping wont be cheap, and you probably will have to pay somebody for their time but at least you can get what you need!
Hi, I'm in Dhahran and will be needing new tires soon as well. I found out some prices:
All prices are for 275/315 combo.
Pirelli dealer in Dammam
Pzeros - 3,200 US Dollars
Goodyear dealer in Dammam
Only had fronts (275)
Michelin dealer in Dammam
Latitude Diamaris - 1,900 US Dollars
Continental (through a co-worker)
4x4 SportContact - 2,000 US Dollars
Shipping from US seems to be ~1200 USD according to the UPS calculator. Doesn't make sense as it only comes out to a few hundred dollars cheaper than local prices. Wouldn't want to get a bad tire and have to ship it back!
I'm going with the Continentals due to price and much longer tread life. Just need to wear down the last bit of tread on my runcrap GY's... fun fun!