Cooper Tires Recall

Discoverer Dean Mud Terrain Radial SXT, Durango Radial XTR, Mastercraft Courser C/T, Dick Cepek Radial F-C II, Mesa C/T, Pro Comp Xtreme A/T and Tempra Trailcutter Radial RT Tires.

Cooper Tires Recall Update

[Feb. 15, 2006] Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. announced a Cooper Tire recall of about 288,000 replacement tires used on passenger cars and light trucks because of concerns about slow leaks and cracking in the tires. The Findlay, Ohio-based tire maker said there have been no reported crashes or injuries linked to this Cooper tire recall. The recall represents a small portion of the 40 million tires it produces each year, the company said. “We have a very vigorous inspection for tires, and we never take any chances,” said Pat Brown, a Cooper Tire spokeswoman. The company will replace the recalled Cooper tires for free. Owners of these recalled Cooper tire are being warned to avoid driving at highway speeds until the tires have been inspected and replaced. At highway speeds the Cooper tires could develop tread separation or detreading of the outside tire causing the tire to deflate at highway speeds and possibly leading to a rollover accident or collision. This is not the first Cooper tire recall to affect the company.

Earlier Cooper Tire Recall

About 183,000 of the Cooper tires manufactured between February 2004 and Jan. 21, 2005 were recalled because of a slow leak that may have been caused by a contaminant in the upper sidewall. In this Cooper tire recall the models, used on pickups and sport utility vehicles, include the Cooper Discoverer S/T, Dean Mud Terrain Radial SXT, Durango Radial XTR, Cooper Mastercraft Courser C/T, Cooper’s Dick Cepek Radial F-C II, Mesa C/T, Pro Comp Xtreme A/T and Cooper’s Tempra Trailcutter Radial RT. Cooper Tire said an additional 101,000 tires used on passenger cars were recalled because of cracking during testing. The tires of this tire recall were made from November 2004 to July 2005 and include the Dean Alpha 365 A/S, Mastercraft A/S, Starfire Flite-line IV and Trendsetter SE. Cooper Tire was also recalling more than 3,000 models of the Cooper Zeon 2XS and Mastercraft Avenger ZHP because of cracking in the sidewall.

Cooper Tire Recall Includes:

Cooper Discoverer S/T Tire Recall
Dean Mud Terrain Radial SXT Tire Recall,
Durango Radial XTR Tire Recall,
Cooper Mastercraft Courser C/T Tire Recall,
Cooper’s Dick Cepek Radial F-C II Tire Recall,
Mesa C/T Tire Recall ,
Pro Comp Xtreme A/T Tire Recall
Cooper’s Tempra Trailcutter Radial RT Tire Recall.

Defective Cooper Tire Lawsuit

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured as a result of a defective Cooper Tire or tire tread separation of a Cooper Tire resulting in a rollover or serious accident then you may have the right to file a legal action. Often times the vehicle manufacture and tire maker and distributors are joined in a products liability lawsuit when a tire defect rollover occurs. The Willis Law Firm has represented hundreds of seriously injured victims and families of tire defects and SUV rollovers.

Call us at 1-800-883-9858 for a Free Case Evaluation of a Potential Defective Cooper Tire or any accident involving a recalled Cooper Tire. Nationwide Assistance is Available.

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