10,000 Cooper-Made Tires Under Recall Radials SUVs, Pickup Trucks
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10,000 Cooper-Made Tires Under Recall

Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. and three of its private brand customers have issued recalls of Cooper-produced radials designed for fitment on SUVs and pickup trucks. According to NHTSA, the approximately 10,000 tires involved – produced at Cooper’s plant in Texarkana, AR – may suffer from “contaminated rubber” that could cause a tread separation.

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From Tire Review

Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. and three of its private brand customers have issued recalls of Cooper-produced radials designed for fitment on SUVs and pickup trucks.

According to NHTSA, the approximately 10,000 tires involved – produced at Cooper’s plant in Texarkana, AR – may suffer from “contaminated rubber” that could cause a tread separation.

The recalled tires include Cooper Discoverer and Mastercraft Courser tires, as well as tires sold by Del-Nat, Pep Boys and TBC.

The affected tires are:

• Cooper Discoverer H/T in sizes P265/70R17 and LT235/85R16

• Cooper Discoverer LSX in size 265/70R17

• Mastercraft Courser HTR in size LT235/85R16

• Del-Nat Delta A/S Sierradial in size 265/70R17

• Del-Nat National A/S Commando in size 265/70R17

• Pep Boys Definity Dakota H/T in size P265/70R17

• TBC Sigma Stampede Radial SUV in size P265/70R17

The tires were produced during the weeks of Dec. 11-17, 2011, and Jan. 1 7, 2012.

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