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Alliance Recalls Tires for Tread Defect

| Mar 9, 2015 | Automobile Defects

Alliance is recalling tire model number 396, size 445/65R22.5, which were manufactured April 22, 2013, to November 23, 2014, and size 600/50R22.5 manufactured May 27, 2013, to November 2, 2014, because of a tread defect.  The tires have a radial construction consisting of a steel casing and steel belts under the tread.  The problem is that the belts are becoming loose, which will lead to the tread separating from the tire.  This results in a sudden deflation of the tire.  These tires are dual-purpose tires for trucks.  They can provide traction for off-road applications, and can be used on the roadways at highway speed.  The cause of the problem is currently unclear.

Alliance will notify owners, and dealers will reimburse consumers for the defective tires.  The recall is expected to begin in March 2015.  Owners may contact Alliance customer service at 800-343-3276. Alliance’s number for this recall is ATG-396HS-001.

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