definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
21,162 miles

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2010 Ford F-150 Owner Comments

problem #9

May 172014


  • 41,644 miles


Two discovery A/T had tire separation, one while driving and one was discovered as vehicle was parked. The failures occurred or discovered within a three week period. Both tires remained intact and no crash occurred. One tire was partially rebated by local dealer but have not heard anything yet on second tire.

- Red Bluff, CA, USA

problem #8

Apr 252013


  • 90,000 miles
The contact owns a 2010 Ford F-150 equipped with federal couragia A/T tires, size P330/12.5/R20 (na). The contact stated that the tread wore prematurely and the wires were visible. The manufacturer was not notified. The approximate vehicle failure mileage was 90,000. The tire failure mileage was 3,000.

- Mission, TX, USA

problem #7

Oct 232013

F-150 8-cyl

  • 18,000 miles
I purchase a new 2010 Ford F-150xlt in April, 2010. The truck came with Goodyear Wrangler sra tires. Two of the tires lost a great deal of tread between 16500 and 18000 miles, necessitating all four tires be replaced. I contacted my Ford dealer and Goodyear and the tires have been replaced. I was told the Goodyear Wrangler sra tires are backordered and had to purchase Goodyear Wrangler adventure all season tires. The technicians at the Ford dealership advised me they have seen excessive wear on many other of the Wrangler sra tires. I received a prorated allowance for the new tires; but do tires only last 18000 miles now. My previous F-150 tires had over 60000 miles on them and had more tread than my 2010 F-150. There has obviously been many problems with this tire and I do not feel I should have had to pay anything for the replacement tires.

- Aitkin, MN, USA

problem #6

May 152012

F-150 8-cyl

  • 12,000 miles


I have a 2010 Ford F-150. It has pirelli tires on it. When I took it in to get inspected they found all four of the the tires were getting weather checked.the truck is used to haul a atv and sometimes a trailer.I do not believe the tires are safe.I took it back to the Ford dealer where I bought it and they said they would see what they could do and call me back.I never heard back from them for a few weeks so I called them back. They said they would check into it and call me back. This went on for about 4 months never calling me back when I called them.after I E-mailed Ford the sevice manager called me back and asked me to bring the truck in. I did and he looked at the tires and said he could not do anything.I E-mailed Ford again and they said they would not do anything because the truck had more than 12'000 miles on it. The truck had 14.000 miles.there warranty book says they will pro-rate the tires after 12,000 miles.I do not understand how they can not go by the warranty. I think something needs to be done about these tires being recalled.I understand this is a common problem with these tires and nobody is backing them up.weather checked tires on trucks that are carring extra weight does not seem to me to be good for anybody on the road.the tires are pirelli scorpion atr.

- Punxsutawney, PA, USA

problem #5

Sep 012010


  • 10,000 miles
Pirelli scorpion tires sidewalls weather chapped or cracked within the first 10,000 miles of driving. They were replaced under Ford's warranty - and the replacement tires also cracked again within 20,000 miles. The cracks in the rubber form in a continuous circle around the bead and the sidewall of these tires. Reading online forum F150forum.com - many other users of these tires have had the same problems.

- East Troy, WI, USA

problem #4

Sep 012010


  • 10,000 miles
The factory install tires on my F150 FX4 - pirelli scorpion tires failed originally around 10,000 miles. Reported to dealer, they advised the tires were ok. Had no issues. Sidewalls started to crack in multiple places on all 4 tires, tires looked weather checked, and finally had them replaced within 2 weeks of original report. Tires were replaced by dealer for replacement pirelli scorpion tires - alternate tire option request was declined. These were replaced under Ford's warranty. The replacement pirelli scorpion tires started to fail again at 30,000 miles on the truck ( only 20,000 on the tires). Replacement tires were date coded only a few months old, and were also cracking on the sidewalls in the same fashion as the original tires. Per reading information on F150forum.com - this is a rather common occurrence with this tires.

- East Troy, WI, USA

problem #3

Apr 242011

F-150 8-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 2,500 miles


The contact owns a 2010 Ford F150. The contact stated the vehicle came with a standard spare tire that was 18 inches but the tires on the vehicle were a standard 20 inches. The contact stated that the spare tire was too small and did not fit. The tire was never installed on the vehicle. The dealer was contacted and informed him that the tire was a standard size for a spare for that particular vehicle and they could not exhange it. The failure mileage was 2,500. Updated 5/24/11

- Morgan Town, WV, USA

problem #2

Sep 172010


  • 1,036 miles
Hankook dynapro at P234/75R17 on my Ford F-150 had a inside sidewall blow out. Tire failure, bad cord, did not hit anything in the road. Dot number on tire dot:T79jpcyh 1410.

- San Diego, CA, USA

problem #1

Mar 242010


  • 5,280 miles
The contact owns a 2010 Ford F-150 heavy duty. The vehicle has Goodyear Wrangler sra tires. The contact stated the rear drivers side tire split in half near the center due to incorrect labeling of the tire ratings. He stated the tires were not rated high enough for his vehicle. The dealer advised they did not maintain tire issues. The manufacturer of the tires stated the vehicle manufacturer was liable. The contact was unable to receive any assistance. All tires were replaced at his expense. The failure mileage was approximately 5,280 and the current mileage was approximately 12,000. Updated 10/27/10.

- Sod , WV, USA

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