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  • Is your tire cracking?

  • …a new tire. And typically, cracking only occurs later in the life of the tire but there are cases where it happens in the early years. Lucky for you, most tire manufacturers cover this in their warranties. Just in case. Take good care of your tires and you'll prolong the inevitable crack, but again,…

  • Just Say No to Tire Cracking

  • cracking, or just plain sidewall cracking. Slight surface cracking can be just cosmetic but keep in mind deep cuts or fissures from excessive deflection, poor maintenance, or defects can be serious so check with a tire shop if you are unsure. There are steps you can take to minimize cracking. Tires

  • What Does a Bubble in the Sidewall Mean?

  • Both tire and auto manufacturers recommend frequently checking your tires for signs of irregular wear or any other damage that could cause a dangerous tire failure. While signs of shallow cracking on the sidewall rubber or minor irregular wear are of concern, the presence of a bubble in the tire

  • Tires Can Get Old, Too

  • …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…

  • Tire Tech Information - Storing Tires

  • …rubber. Stacking all tires white sidewall up will allow the oils from each tire's black sidewall to migrate into the white rubber of the tire below it. * Place the tires in a cool, dry location. It is better to store tires in a dry basement or climate-controlled workshop than in a standard garage,…

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  • Trailer Tires Offered at Tire Rack

  • …separations or cracks. Our experience has been that when properly stored and cared for, most street tires have a useful life in service of between six to ten years. Unfortunately, no one is absolutely sure of how long tires will last because of many variables. Heavily loaded tires equipped on…

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  • Are My Tires Too Old?

  • …spare is considered in use. Do you have a spare sitting on the back of your Jeep? That's considered in use, too. You can check the production date of your tire very easily to see how old it is. Read "How Old Are the Tires I Buy?" for more details. Have your tires been in use for longer…

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