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TREADWAYS TEMPRA TRAILCUTTER RADIAL RT TIRE RECALLS - (2 Records Found)

Using tires that have been recalled could potentially be disasterous. But keep in mind, a recall could be for something as simple as a mis-print on the sidewall. You should find your specific tire brand, model and/or size of your tire to be sure it is safe to use.

Find your tire listed below. Results are sorted by tire size and/or model & defect. Select your desired tire to view the complete details. Information provided by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
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TREADWAYS TEMPRA TRAILCUTTER RADIAL RT Recall - TIRES:TREAD/BELT

Problem: CERTAIN COOPER DICK CEPEK RADIAL F-C II, MESA C/T, TEMPRA TRAILCUTTER RADIAL RT, COOPER DISCOVERER S/T, DURANGO RADIAL XTR, MASTERCRAFT COURSER C/T, DEAN MUD TERRAIN RADIAL SXT, SIZE LT285/75R16, AND PRO COMP XTREME A/T, SIZE 38.50X14.50R20LT, LIGHT TRUCK TIRES MANUFACTURED BETWEEN FEBRUARY 1, 2004, AND JANUARY 21, 2006. THESE TIRES MAY NOT HAVE ADEQUATE RUBBER COVERAGE OF THE BELT EDGE DUE TO LOW TREAD GAUGE IN THE SHOULDER SLOT AREA OF THE TIRE. WHEN THIS CONDITION EXISTS, IT MAY EVENTUALLY CAUSE CRACKING AT THE BASE OF THE SHOULDER SLOTS RESULTING IN EXPOSED BELT WIRE WHICH COULD LEAD TO ACCELERATED BELT DEGRADATION, WHICH COULD RESULT IN A SEPARATION. IF THE SEPARATION IS NOT DETECTED, CONTINUED USE MAY CAUSE THE PLY CORDS TO BREAK AND THE TUBELESS LINER TO TEAR AND LOSE THE INFLATING AIR.Recall Details - 2/6/2006

TREADWAYS TEMPRA TRAILCUTTER RADIAL RT Recall - TIRES:TREAD/BELT

Problem: CERTAIN TREADWAYS TEMPRA TRAILCUTTER RADIAL RT LIGHT TRUCK TIRES, SIZE LT285/75R16, MANUFACTURED BETWEEN FEBRUARY 1, 2004, AND JANUARY 21, 2006. THESE TIRES MAY NOT HAVE ADEQUATE RUBBER COVERAGE OF THE BELT EDGE DUE TO LOW TREAD GAUGE IN THE SHOULDER SLOT AREA OF THE TIRE. WHEN THIS CONDITION EXISTS, IT MAY EVENTUALLY CAUSE CRACKING AT THE BASE OF THE SHOULDER SLOTS RESULTING IN EXPOSED BELT WIRE WHICH COULD LEAD TO ACCELERATED BELT DEGRADATION, WHICH COULD RESULT IN A SEPARATION. IF THE SEPARATION IS NOT DETECTED, CONTINUED USE MAY CAUSE THE PLY CORDS TO BREAK AND THE TUBELESS LINER TO TEAR AND LOSE THE INFLATING AIR.Recall Details - 3/13/2006
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