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06-21-2004, 06:57 PM
I have Dunlop Sport 2020E tires on my car but had a flat. The guy at the tire place didn't have a 2020E but has a used Dunlop 2000E. Is having 2 different tires going to affect the ride?

06-22-2004, 03:08 AM
Hi Sonia,
You usually don't want to mix 2 different tires (especially on the same "axle"). Try posting your question on the "Wheels and Tires Message Board" (see link below). A guy from usually answers questions like this (they may even have a 2020E tire for you). Good luck.David M///
1997 840Ci "Sport"
M-Spoilers, M-Wheels, H&Rs, Bilsteins, & 3.15 LSD
2003 SLK32 AMG
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