Cooper Recalls 10,000 Tires- Tread Separation
Cooper Tire and Rubber Company is recalling several of its tire models due to tire rubber contamination which could cause tread separation. The tread is the patterned part of the tire that makes contact with the road- tread separation increases the risk of a crash. The recall includes Cooper Discoverer and Mastercraft Courser tires, as well as tires sold under the Delta, National, Pep Boys Definity brand, and TCB/Sigma Stampede brands.
List of Recalled Cooper Tires
- Cooper Discoverer H/T / LT235/85r16
- Cooper Mastercraft Courser HTR / Lt235/85r16
- Cooper Discoverer H/T / P265/70r17
- Cooper Discoverer LSX / 265/70r17
- Del-Nat Delta A/S Sierradial / 265/70r17
- Del-Nat National A/S Commando / 265/70r17
- Pep Boys Definity Dakota H/T / P265/70r17
- TBC Sigma Stampede Radail Suv / P265/70r17
Important Information for Consumers
- This recall involves 10,236 tires manufactured at Cooper’s Texarkana, Arkansas plant.
- Cooper will notify its owners and dealers will replace the tires free of charge.
- Customers can contact the Cooper Tire and Rubber Company Consumer Relations Department at 1-800-854-6288. Recall #:156
- Customers may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236.
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