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Most new tires are junk, I've had three new Mazda's and one new Honda where the tires didn't last 20k before needing replaced. I got lucky on my Sierra and I have some good generals that are just as good at 18k miles as they were new. Many OEM tires have no warranty what so ever from what I've found out.

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Tread and belt separations are highly dangerous. The tires should be replaced and not driven. Causes can range from manufacturing defect, under inflation, over inflation, pot holes, over loading, excessive speed in hot conditions and extreme driving conditions (repeated hard cornering). NHTSA may have recall or complaint information on the tires. When a pair fail, especially on the front, it may indicate driving conditions.

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