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Old 09-01-2015, 06:02 AM   #29
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Originally Posted by Tireman9 View Post
Recalls are based on a couple of items.
1. There have to be actual complaints filed with NHTSA and as a group the RV community would rather complain around a campfire or on an RV forum than file a complaint.

2. When complaints are filed there has to be some "loss" for the owner. Obviously physical injury is more important than just property damage.

This is why there are not more recalls. Did you see THIS info on a recall a few days ago?
Yes, you're correct that most would rather complain than actually do something about it. In our case we had no damage, just expense and delay in our trips. It was at worst annoying.
I did see that link, but my Goodrich tires are the 225's, made for smaller trucks and class c motorhomes. They were not covered under that recall.

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Old 09-01-2015, 06:16 AM   #30
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I have the 215's on my TV, have over 50,000miles on them. They are at the end of their life span and I will be replacing them due to low tread depth. they are at between 2 and 5/32" on all 6 of them. Have had no issues with them, but they have been on over 5 years. I doubt that they would be in a recall anyways.

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