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Re: Wal-Mart rant

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rrlund

06-28-2013 09:15:06
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I bought an 18.4 38 tractor tire one time. Got the field hazard warranty. Ran over a cultivator sweep and put it right through the face of it. Tire was less than a year old. Reputable local tire store that I do business with all the time. They wouldn't honor the warranty. Said they could boot it. I told them I wasn't going to be on pins and needles waiting for it to give out. I paid for another new one. The real kick in the pants was,they didn't want to give me anything for the ruined one,said it was too bad for anybody to even want for a dual!

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Mike M

06-28-2013 10:01:16
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 Re: Wal-Mart rant in reply to rrlund, 06-28-2013 09:15:06  
Tire shops used to be able to do a section repair where it was actually vulcanized in. Likely no one can do them anymore.



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Tubacase47

06-28-2013 16:45:26
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 Re: Wal-Mart rant in reply to Mike M, 06-28-2013 10:01:16  
I have a tire on my 1930 C Case that has had a vulcanized patch for as long as I can remember and I've been around the tractor for almost 66 years.



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casenut1

06-28-2013 09:29:18
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 Re: Wal-Mart rant in reply to rrlund, 06-28-2013 09:15:06  
Interesting. They could boot it for you but it wasn't good for anybody else.



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rrlund

06-28-2013 13:52:54
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 Re: Wal-Mart rant in reply to casenut1, 06-28-2013 09:29:18  
I guess their thought was that it already belonged to me.



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