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  • How Old Are the Tires I Buy?

  • …the tires we ship are less than a year old. How fresh are the tires being sold by Tire Rack? As previously mentioned, Tire Rack employs inventory rotation so that most of the tires we ship are less than a year old. However, due to the global economy view taken by many tire manufacturers, Tire Rack…

  • How Can I Tell How Old My Tires Are?

  • …how old my tires are? The good news: it's very easy to find out! On the sidewall of your tire you will see a DOT Identification Number and the last four digits of the number will reveal the week and year that the tire was actually built. Example: Post-2000 Production Tire This tire was…

  • Are My Tires Too Old?

  • …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 than they should be? Are you ready for a new set? Shop by vehicle…

  • Tires Can Get Old, Too

  • …can a tire wear out, but it can also age. Even if your tire has plenty of tread depth left it can show signs of age and need replacement. The 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…

  • How Old Are My Tires? We Can Help You Find Out!

  • …how old your current tires are, start by reading its Tire Identification Number (often referred to as the tire’s serial number). Unlike vehicle identification numbers (VINs), Tire Identification Numbers are actually production codes that identify the week and year the tire was manufactured.…

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  • If it's too loud...you're too old

  • tires being introduced have an asymmetric design that were previously directional. Bridgestone Potenza RE750 old directional design Bridgestone Potenza RE760 new asymmetric design Why asymmetric design. Europe recent phased in new stricter noise standards over the past 5 years. as found in a Tire

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