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Old 08-03-2022, 07:24 PM   #1
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Just a heads up we have a 2022 jayco 317RLOK With under 3000 kms on it and all 4 tires are defective and need to be replaced Check your tires people the warranty company told me they have been having issues with some tires Fingers crossed we get reimbursed as we have ordered new tires We canít go anywhere until they are replaced
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What brand and model are your tires? May be something recent, I get alerts about tire recalls on my email from the NHTSA.
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the warranty company told me they have been having issues with some tires Fingers crossed we get reimbursed as we have ordered new tires We can’t go anywhere until they are replaced
What warranty company? Should be either your dealer or JAYCO so they would be covered if defective unless you're the 2nd owner.

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What brand and model are your tires? May be something recent, I get alerts about tire recalls on my email from the NHTSA.
They should be Goodyear Endurance, so it sounds strange that all 4 are bad.
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Old 08-03-2022, 07:54 PM   #4
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Goodyear endurance brand new trailer first owners Sounds like the warranty company should be replacing them not sure if they are too keen or ppm replacing all 5 When we include the spare but time will tell just wanted people to be aware and check their tires
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Goodyear endurance brand new trailer first owners Sounds like the warranty company should be replacing them not sure if they are too keen or ppm replacing all 5 When we include the spare but time will tell just wanted people to be aware and check their tires
If they are defective then GOODYEAR would cover them. Find a GOODYEAR dealer.
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The only recent recall i find is for G159 series motorhome tires produced between 1996 and 2003 in the 275/70R22.5 size. Even the newest of the 170,000 tires are 19 years old already.
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Here's a complete list of every tire recalled since 2017 to date.

https://recallinfo.ustires.org/TireR...ListRecalls/60
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Yeah they didn’t say there was a recall just that they had been seeing some issues just want people to be aware don’t need a blow out
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Yeah they didnít say there was a recall just that they had been seeing some issues just want people to be aware donít need a blow out
how about more details of the issues? That would be helpful.
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The tires have bulges in them some are quite easy to see some are smaller and you can feel them like they are just starting We have had 2 tire dealers look at them and say we shouldn’t drive with them
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Would be interested in knowing the manufacture date of the tires.

On our previous 5ver, we blew a "bomb" tire on the West Virginia Turnpike - where there is absolutely no cell service. Once we got the tire off, noticed the bubbles on the inside of the tire. When we arrived back home, had all 4 tires replaced and all the other tires has the bubbles inside.

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Date on all tires is 2921
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if this is what you are talking about...it is not a problem...well documented see video

https://youtu.be/wuQtuEHmZAk

I had the same thing described in the video on a previous set of Goodyear Endurance tires and put 25,000 or so miles with no issues....until I sold the trailer.
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Good to know We do have a couple of tires that are bulged as well
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Date on all tires is 2921
29th week of 2021....

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If it's sidewall indentations, it's quite normal. Here's an explanation from The Tire Rack website.

https://www.tirerack.com/tires/tiret....jsp?techid=32
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I had a new Endurance develop a bulge but it was self-inflicted! I developed a valve stem leak while traveling on an interstate. It was a slow leak and I was about 10 miles from the nearest tire store (Les Schwab). I continued on, going about 40 mph. By the time I got to the tire store my psi was about 35 psi. The high sidewalls on the Endurance can't take it. Rolling on extremely under inflated tires can really damage the cords causing an outward bulge. Discount Tire, the store I bought the new set from, replaced it with no questions and discovered the Discount Tire store I purchased them from put low pressure valve stems on them!! A big no no, they should always be high pressure valve stems. They replaced all the valve stems with high pressure stems. A low pressure valve stem can't hold up to the stress of having a TPMS on the end of the stem.
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..and discovered the Discount Tire store I purchased them from put low pressure valve stems on them!! A big no no, they should always be high pressure valve stems. They replaced all the valve stems with high pressure stems. A low pressure valve stem can't hold up to the stress of having a TPMS on the end of the stem.
Never heard of high and low pressure valve stems...
I have always used metal valve stems on all of my RV's, and replace them when installing new tires.
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Never heard of high and low pressure valve stems...
I have always used metal valve stems on all of my RV's, and replace them when installing new tires.
I think there are 3 commonly used different rated valve stem categories. The standard rubber stem is the lowest pressure rated at around 65 psi, then the metal internal stem type which is good for ~100psi (if I remember correctly) and then the metal bolt in style stems which are rated somewhere up to 200psi. However, you can use the bolt in style for lower pressures and not a bad idea to do so, especially when using a tpms sensor. ~CA
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Never heard of high and low pressure valve stems...
I have always used metal valve stems on all of my RV's, and replace them when installing new tires.
Low pressure valve stems are for 65 psi and lower. High pressure valve stems are for 65 psi to 100 psi. They link below explains the difference.

https://www.tirerack.com/tires/tiret...jsp?techid=208
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