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Tire Life per Michelin

Discussion in 'SRT10 and SRT10 Coupe Discussions' started by fhrzr1, Oct 13, 2020.

  1. fhrzr1

    fhrzr1 Enthusiast

    Nov 26, 2016
    Cocoa, Florida

    While most tires will need replacement before they achieve 10 years, it is recommended that any tires in service 10 years or more from the date of manufacture, including spare tires, be replaced with new tires as a precaution even if such tires appear serviceable and even if they have not reached the legal wear limit. For tires that were on an original equipment vehicle (i.e., acquired by the consumer on a new vehicle), follow the vehicle manufacturer’s tire replacement recommendations, when specified (but not to exceed 10 years). The date when a tire was manufactured is located on the sidewall of each tire. Consumers should locate the Department of Transportation or “DOT” code on the tire. The code begins with “DOT” and ends with the week and year of manufacture. For example, a DOT code ending with “2214” indicates a tire made in the 22nd week of 2014.

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