Yes it does:thumb:a video that opens ones eyes to a hidden danger ! does the uk adopt the same date stamp marking and if not does anybody know the uk mark ? i for one would like to know when my next set of tyres was made, tyres for a MH are not cheap and i would hate to have a set of "new" dangerous tyres. thanks for an informative thread ! :Sad:
Its worrying, as a small Tyre Retailer ourselves we only stock popular sizes and order in daily anything else we need so our stock rotation is constantly changing
However there has to my knowledge been no official notification to the trade as to what is an aged tyre, recomendations are no good, and certainly no returns system exists, what do the trade do??? throw their stock away at a given age, who's going to pay for that!!!!!!!!!!! if it happens to become compulsory, written off as a tax loss I guess
Its on there somewhere Jock try looking for DOT and its usually at the end of that maybe on the inside walls of the othersA video worth watching.
Thanks for that George. I have just had six new Barums put on last week, and the date codes are 2208 and 3008, but only on two of them. I have still to find the date stamp on the other four, but it is not in the same place as the first two.
maybe on the inside walls of the others
Jock if you look carfully at your quote you will see Jockandrita have been corrected by the spell checker to Jocundity, I just had to google the word, bet you cant reist doing it also
Very apt too
P.S. For some reason, I am not getting email notifications AGAIN.
Its more likely your Avatar that has attracted a family planing response
Well I am now, and it came from someone by the name of Duancigilli, about the virtues of "Accutane" and birth control! ! !
What the hell's that got to do with an "ABC News Video" featuring "Aged Tyres" ?