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  • How Old Are the Tires I Buy?

  • …translates to the 51st week of 2007. Prior to 2000, the tire industry assumed that a tire would not be in service longer than ten years. As such, the date code consists of only three digits, two for the week and one for the year. For more information, read "Determining the Age of a Tire."

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  • 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…

  • Is your tire cracking?

  • …might be time for 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…


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