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really awful
Crashes / Fires:
1 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
60,294 miles

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2002 Ford F-250 wheels / hubs problems

wheels / hubs problem

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2002 Ford F-250 Owner Comments

problem #2

Aug 162015


  • 120,589 miles


Tires involved were purchased on 7/25/2012 (have receipt) and at time of incident had 16,115 miles on them. Tires were correctly inflated to correct psi and showed no signs of excessive wear or checking. Trip was from antelope, ca to san diego, ca. (+/- 525 miles.) outside temperature was approximately 95 degrees. Driver was the only person in the vehicle, truck was running with no load/empty and in the right hand lane of a two lane highway. Traveling South bound on interstate 5 at 65 mph (cruise control was on), approximately two miles North of kettelman, California, drivers side rear tire delaminated (uniroyal Laredo LT265/75R16 123Q lar (dot # bfw8jduu5011) causing slight loss of control, but no accident resulted and no other vehicles involved in the incident. Damage due to the delamination was extensive to the drivers side of the pick-up bed (photos available.) aaa was called to replace the delaminated tire with the spare tire. After replacement of the delaminated tire with a good spare I continued on with my trip. Approximately 225 miles later (same day 8/16/2015), still on South bound interstate 5 in laguna niguel, ca the passenger right rear tire (uniroyal Laredo LT265/75R16 123Q lar (dot # bfw8jduu5011) also delaminated, again, causing slight loss of control, but no accident resulted and no other vehicles involved in the incident. Damage due to the delamination of passenger rear tire was also extensive to the passenger side of the pick-up bed (photos available.) insurance claim was made to insurance carrier (progressive insurance) and a damage claim has been made to uniroyal (claim #6193621979.) total damage to vehicle is $4,195.98 and is being repaired at carstar grove collision center, 3580 olive street, lemon grove, ca 91945 (619-460-1367.) photos of the tires, and damage to the pick-up truck are available, as are the actual tire involved.

- San Diego, CA, USA

problem #1

Jul 312010


  • miles
Duralast hub assembly failure for 2002 Ford F250.

- Clinton, MS, USA

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