Michelin Recalls 799,900 Tires For Tread Belt Separation

Michelin Recalls 799,900 Tires For Tread Belt Separation

Michelin has announced a recall today for approximately 799, 900 tires for tread belt separation that can occur while the vehicle is in motion, causing rapid air loss that can lead to a crash. 

The affected tires are the BF Goodrich Commercial T/A A/S LRE, and the Uniroyal Laredo HD/H LRE. The sizes affected are LT235/85R16 120 Q and LT245/75R16 120 Q.

BF Goodrich is advising customers to remove the tires as soon as possible. A certified BF Goodrich dealer will then replace the tires with a similar product, free of charge.

For more info you can contact Michelin Consumer Care at 1-800-637-5527.

  • Delphine Driver

    Just replaced 2 tires on my 2008 Mercedes CLS 320. One tire separated and another was going to.

    They were Michelin 245 45R18s, needless to say they did not show signs of wear, but were separating on the inside of the tire.


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