90% receive their tires with. Sometimes we know that mistakes happen, or people change their mind. We want the return process to be as easy as possible.
To avoid ordering the wrong tires, feel free to send us a message with the year, make, and model of your vehicle and we will be glad to confirm the correct application. The original equipment tire size can also be found on the placard typically located inside the drivers side door. In other words, if the tire in question has 50% of its original tread remaining you will receive 50% credit on the tire. Workmanship and Material warranties are the most difficult to verify by electronic means.
Many times, we cannot verify the problem until we have the tire in hand. We will provide a return label for the tire in question. If the tire is not eligible for credit we will give full explanation of why which supporting photos/documentation.Ride disturbance occurs when a tire will not ride smoothly after the tire tech has machine balanced it. This is also commonly called out of round. A rear out of round tire will be felt in the seat, a front out of round tire will be felt in the steering wheel or dash. A ride disturbance claim must be filed within the first 2/32 of tread wear. For most tires this is only a couple of thousand miles. This is a 100% free replacement for eligible tires.
In most cases a ride disturbance claim is cut and dry, especially if it is address early. Common tread life guarantees are 40k miles, 60k miles, and 80k miles. Refer to the individual listing for more information. If a tire is rated for 60k miles, and you only receive 40k miles we would calculate like this 40/60 =. There is some specific information and action required for a proper mileage claim.
First the tires must be worn to at least 3/32 of tread remaining, secondly, they must be worn evenly across the tread with no signs of misalignment, lastly you must provide proof of rotations at least every 7k miles or roughly every other oil change. For most tires this will be a couple of thousand miles. The tire must have suffered some sort of road hazard puncture i. Nail, bolt, railroad spike, needle nose pliers. The tire must be unrepairable though conventional repair methods.
Puncture must be in the tread area, not the sidewall of the tire. THINGS NOT COVERED BY CONVENTIONAL MANUFACTURERS WARRANTIES. Tires that become unserviceable due to.Conditions resulting from road hazards, such as impact damage, cuts, snags, or vandalism. Conditions such as, but not limited to, uneven, cupping, spotty, feathering tread wear resulting from improper installation, wheel misalignment, tire/wheel assembly imbalance, use of an improper rim, improper mounting or dismounting, misapplication, or use of tire chains. Conditions resulting from consumer damage, such as improper tire and vehicle maintenance, misuse, abuse, accident, fire or chemical corrosion, underinflation, overloading, over deflection, failure to follow recommended rotation practices. Ride complaints after the first 2/32of tread. Use in any commercial service i. Tires used for taxi service, deliver, etc. Unless the tire was specifically designed for such service. Use in any racing or off-road applications. A NOTE ABOUT BUBBLES OR LARGE LUMPS ON THE SIDEWALL. An increasingly common problem has become bubbles on the sidewall of a tire. Bubbles on sidewall are caused by three things.
This bubble is caused by the installer cutting the bead (the area where the rim meets the tire) with tire installation equipment. This is directly caused by the installer not using enough lubricant for the bead of the tire to slide over the lip of the rim, causing the machine to bind up, subsequently causing a cut in the inside of the bead area. The bubble will appear because the cut in the bead rubber allows air to infiltrate the sidewall of the tire.
The bubble will appear on the tire exactly where the cut has occurred and appear very soon after the tire was installed. This bubble is caused by an impact of a curb, pothole, or other object. This will cause a small ½ to 1 split in the inner liner of the tire allowing air to infiltrate the sidewall causing a bubble. This bubble usually happens on the sidewall, and will be smaller compared the installer error bubble. The bubble can appear on the sidewall anytime while in service, and will typically grow slowly as compared to an installer error.
The bubble will be within 2-3 one way or the other of the inner liner split. A ply gap separation is a manufacturing defect where the plies of the tire were not laid, or fused in the mold properly allowing air to infiltrate. This bubble can appear on either the sidewall or tread areas and will appear soon after the tire is installer. This will first appear to be an installer error until the tire is dismounted and there is no evidence of bead cuts. What to do if there is a bubble on the sidewall: It is very important to have the tire inspected as soon as you detect a bubble on the sidewall or tread of your tire.
Have the tire tech mark the bubble before the tire is demounted from the rim, as it will likely disappear once air is removed. Once the tire is removed from the rim, inspect the area adjacent to the area where the bubble was marked.
If an installer error was the cause of the bubble be sure to point it out to the tire tech, as they should compensate you for a replacement tire. Mud-terrain tire for light trucks and suvs Rugged tread pattern design provides maximum traction in off-road conditions. The item "4 NEW LT285/75R16 Lionsport MT Mud Terrain Tires 10-Ply White Letter 285 75 16" is in sale since Thursday, January 7, 2021.
This item is in the category "eBay Motors\Parts & Accessories\Car & Truck Parts & Accessories\Wheels, Tires & Parts\Tires". The seller is "onlinetiredeals" and is located in Gainesville, Georgia. This item can be shipped to United States.