Re: Re: Re: Goodyear Aquatred

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Posted by Gerard Ramirez on June 30, 1998 at 11:03:24:

In Reply to: Re: Re: Goodyear Aquatred posted by Craig Farkas on June 29, 1997 at 16:56:49:

Yesterday (6/29/98) I went to my car to begin my journey from Santa Monica to San Diego.

I discovered the right rear tire was flat. When AAA arrived to change the tire, I discovered that the inside part of the tire had come apart. The tread part had separated from the sidewall portion. It was unrepairable.

Not having time (at 6:00AM) to get a new tire, I proceeded to San Diego without a good spare tire.

By, Carlsbad (just North of San Diego) my left front tire exploded. It literally came apart. After a harrowing experience of regaining control of my car and managing to get to the side; I disovered the following.

The entire tread portion of the tire had separated from the tire. It was if I had purchased some cheap retreads (which I didn't).

I can get the serial number of the tire that blewout at home; however, the tire that disintegrated on the freeway, I only have the tread band.

These tires had approximately 33,000 miles on them.

I am going to Goodyear (in San Diego) to see about an adjustment. I do not want anymore Aquatreads.

sincerely, Gerry Ramirez

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