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CHECK YOUR DATE CODE ON YOUR TIRES

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    It has come to my attention with 3 Clubmembers already this year that were out and about on old tires. All three had tires that were at least ten years old, but still had plenty of tread. But, the car wasn’t driving right

    old tires will do that. once you get past 8 years, no matter the mileage, its time to start thinking about new rubber. Two of the three Clubmembers have already replaced theirs, and the third is working on it. Another clubmember is ordering his very soon also, his are 12 years old.

    Please don’t take any chances.

     

    the image above shows week 45 2013…so that tire is 10 years old

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    Bumping this up ….with the heat of summer this issue becomes more of a safety concern

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