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All Kumho tires are manufactured to a rigid set of manufacturing standards.
It's even more important with the kind of weight and load that your RV puts on them.
The date code always starts with the letters DOT and ends with a 3 or 4 digit number. In this example, 0508 means the 5th week of 2008, or the first week of February 2008.
The first two numbers indicate the week of the year. With the year 2000, the date codes have two numbers for the year. A date code of 157 would indicate the 15th week of 1997 or you are lucky to be alive if this tire is still in use. You really don't want to pay full price for a tire that has already sat somewhere and deteriorated for a year.
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Please enter your contact information and DOT Code(s) below and select "Submit." Each online submission form allows for up to 8 different DOT Codes to be entered.Speed index always has to match the manufacturer’s recommendation.For safety reasons, you should not use tyres with a speed index different than recommended by the manufacturer. The load index is a tyre parameter that states the maximum allowable load for a single tyre. They are recommended for estate cars and more powerful vehicles.In order to find the week and year of production for tires manufactured after the year 1999, look at the last four numbers of the TIN.It will identify the week and year in which the tire was manufactured.Technically speaking, a tire is considered to be old when it is six or more years old.