It has come to SimpleTire’s attention that Kenda Tire and Rubber Company has issued a recall on the following tires:
Kenda Kenetica tires, size P235/75R15 105S KR17.
The following statement was released on
Approximately 696 tires were impacted and have the DOT code K3D5ANA5116 and K3D5ANA5216, Kenda said. The tires may have a void between the top steel belt and the tire undertread located at the overlapped steel belt splice. The void can grow under normal use, possibly resulting in a tread separation or a sudden loss of air in the tire, increasing the risk of a vehicle crash.
Kenda will notify owners and dealers will inspect and replace the affected tires free of charge. The recall is expected to begin during June 2017.
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It has come to SimpleTire’s attention that Continental has issued a recall on the following tires:
General Grabber 33x12.50R18 LT 118Q
The following statement was released on 1/20/2017:
Continental Tire the Americas, LLC (Continental) is recalling certain General Tire Grabber light truck tires, size 33x12.50R18 LT 118Q, Load Rang ...[more]Read More
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Simple Tire is proud to announce its addition to the Google Trusted Stores Program- which helps shoppers identify online merchants offering a great shopping experience.
In addition to helping shoppers identify online merchants that offer a great shopping experience, the Google Trusted Store badge gives users background on merchants--whatever their size--including ratings for on-time shipping and customer service.
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Let’s face it – modern tire designs are much, much safer than the tires of a couple of generations ago. Rubber compounds are better, steel belted radials handle better and wear longer than older bias-ply tires, traction is better, tires are less prone to blowouts or failure, and performance during braking, acceleration and cornering is much improved over 60s- or 50s-era tires. Still, if you’re restoring a muscle car or vintage truck, you want tires that are appropriate as far as size and appearance for your vehicle (if it’s a British car, perhaps we should say “tyres”).
If you’ve got a vintage muscle car, the BF Goodrich Radial T/A is an excellent choice, with period-correct raised white letters and 22 sizes to choose from. The Radial T/A is a low-profile classic-look tire that benefits from modern design and manufa ...[more]Read More
Tires. If you own a car, you have probably bought a set of tires at some point in your life. You may have opted for the cheapest brand you could find, or selected an ultra high-performance tire to suit your cars‘ needs.
Now, there are many different sources for consumers these days. Whether they take a trip to their local repair shop to pick a tire, or search the many websites that offer discount tires, you really can’t go wrong. While a repair shop can provide you with information about the correct fitments for your vehicle and what tire would be best for your uses, they often are forced to charge a premium of their tire prices. On the other hand, many people have opted for buying tires online. This is another great way to fulfill your tire needs. You can research, shop, and then buy at usually a cheaper price then the store. However, you often lose some of those savings on shipping charges. But ...[more]Read More