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  • Just Say No to Tire Cracking

  • Surface cracked tires are no longer the plague of RV owners and Classic cars. Tires today can last to the 80-100 thousandth mile. When exposed to sunlight and the elements they can develop those small cracks often referred to as weather checking, ozone cracking, or just plain sidewall cracking. Slight…

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  • Tires Can Get Old, Too

  • …most notable indicator that a tire is old is the presence of numerous, tiny cracks in the sidewall. DETAIL SHOWING AGE CRACKS IN TIRE SIDEWALL The tires used on vehicles that are driven infrequently or accumulate low annual mileage are more likely to experience cracking because long periods of parking…

  • Is your tire cracking?

  • crack along the surface. Whether you call it "weather checking" or "weather cracking," maybe even "ozone cracking," it's cracking just the same. Most often you'll notice the damage along the sidewalls, and if the damage goes deep below the surface—odds are good it just might be time for a new tire.…

  • Review of: Uniroyal Laredo HD/H

  • …this tire is highway and interstate cruising and parked for the remainder of the year. this tire runs quiet and has a comfortable ride compared to many tires in this category. This type of service usually has tires replaced for sidewall cracking or other failure due to age. Beyond six years any tire becomes…

  • The Truth About Warranties

  • …or loose bearings * Failed or improper tire repair * Ozone cracking * Bead damage or improper mounting The above list includes a few of the general specific items that could cause issues. Some manufacturers have a road hazard warranty on some of their tires, including Kumho and Continental. For some…

  • Tire Tech Information - Tire Replacement

  • …catastrophic failure. * Tires that exhibit any bubbles, blisters or bulges, or have large cuts, cracks or other significant damage from road hazards in the tread, shoulder and/or sidewall areas should be replaced. Only inspecting the tire's inner-liner after dismounting the tire from the wheel will reveal…

  • How do I store my tires?

  • …the sidewall, wearing at its integrity. Remember, gravity never stops pulling. Also, make sure the desgignated area is free of petroleum products such as gas and oil, as petroleum products can cause damage to the tire's rubber. 2. NO SUN! Keep your tires out of the sun. You should cover the tires and…

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