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Re: Wal-Mart rant

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06-28-2013 10:20:45

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I think the warranty goes by age AND wear. If it's worn past a certain point, or more than x number of months since it was installed, no warranty. Within the time limit, but showing wear, the price is prorated. I just got a replacement tire on my wife's Taurus at no cost... was on the car 7 months and had been driven about 5000 miles in that time. (Mastercraft tire from a local tire shop)

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06-28-2013 13:01:17

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 Re: Wal-Mart rant in reply to Fordfarmer, 06-28-2013 10:20:45  
I asked both the tire barn and the goodyear store, which I do business with, they said the waranty is tread life or so many years, whichever comes first.

I was wrong on the years, I copied this from Goodyears web sight.

Additional provisions
A tire has delivered its full original tread life and the coverage of this warranty ends when the treadwear indicators become visible (worn to 2/32 in. or .16 cm), or 6 years from the date of original tire manufacture, or new tire purchase date (whichever comes first). (Without proof of purchase, the date of manufacture will be used to determine eligibility).

You get 6 years from goodyear with proof of purchase.

So OLD, how old were your tires and what brand?


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