Recall announced for some BFGoodrich tires

Recall announced for commercial light-duty BFGoodrich tires

BFGoodrich Tires has announced that it is recalling approximately 129,000 tires that were sold in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Approximately 104,000 of the recalled tires were sold in the U.S. market. These tires are primarily found on commercial light trucks, as well as full-sized heavy-duty vans, small RVs and some 3/4 and one ton pick-up trucks.

This recall, which has been reported to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), includes eight specific commercial light truck tire sizes that were produced under the following three product names: BFGoodrich Commercial T/A All-Season, BFGoodrich Commercial T/A All-Season 2 and BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain T/A.

BFGoodrich has observed that a limited number of these tires experienced a rapid loss of air pressure due to a rupture of the sidewall in the bead area under severe usage conditions. This can result in a potential risk of loss of vehicle control or vehicle crash. At this time, there have been no injuries or fatalities reported.

The tires involved in the recall include:

BFGoodrich Commercial T/A All-Season
LT 275/70R18 125/122Q
LRE 22656 BE15JD11 1814 to 1914
BFGoodrich Commercial T/A All-Season 2
LT 275/70R18 125/122R
LRE 13934 BE15DD11 0814 to 2115
BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain T/A
LT 275/70R18 125/122R
LRE 05023 BE150211 1414 to 4914
BFGoodrich Rugged Terrain T/A
LT 275/65R18 123/120R
LRE 31847 BEB90211 4114 to 0415
BFGoodrich Commercial T/A All-Season 2
LT 235/80R17 120/117R
LRE 11616 BEABDD11 2114 to 1515
BFGoodrich Commercial T/A All-Season 2
LT 265/70R17 121/118R
LRE 17795 BEAHDD11 1514 to 4714
BFGoodrich Commercial T/A All-Season 2
LT 245/75R17 121/118R
LRE 39532 BE43DD11 1114 to 1415
BFGoodrich Commercial T/A All-Season 2
LT 245/70R17 119/116R
LRE 30539 BEP8DD11 1814 to 0315

BFGoodrich recommends consumers remove these tires as soon as possible in order to receive a similar product at no cost. Anyone wishing to return and replace these tires for free can visit a BF Goodrich dealership. Locations can be found on the company’s website.

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