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Title: Consumer Advisory
Author: Hideki Ueha

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Consumer Advisory
TSD-12-009

August, 2012

Recommendations on the
Proper Use and Handling of Certain Toyo Tires
This advisory supersedes TSD-09-001, dated May 29, 2009 and applies only to the following
products:
All Proxes RR
All Proxes R1R
All Proxes RS1
All Proxes R888
All Proxes RA1
This advisory addresses the proper use and handling of these tires in colder climates. Tires exposed to
temperatures below 15F (-9C) will lose rubber compound flexibility. Under certain conditions, it may
even experience cracking (see image below).

The rubber compounds used in these tires have unique properties that, when compared to other tires,
can cause them to lose some of their flexibility when used or handled in conditions below 15F (-9C).
This loss in flexibility can lead to potential cracking and other damage to the tire.
TO MINIMIZE THE CHANCES OF THIS HAPPENING, CONSUMERS AND INSTALLERS ARE
ADVISED TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
2.
3.

4.

Do not move or operate the car with these tires in conditions below 15F (-9C). ALWAYS
INSPECT FOR SIGNS OF CRACKING! NEVER USE TIRES THAT HAVE CRACKED!
Avoid moving these tires in conditions below 15°F (-9°C).
Before mounting or dismounting, store these tires for at least 24 hours in a temperaturecontrolled environment of 68°F (20°C) or warmer, and ALWAYS INSPECT FOR SIGNS OF
CRACKING! NEVER USE TIRES THAT HAVE CRACKED!
Remove these tires from the vehicle and deflate to half the normal air pressure during prolonged
periods of non-use or storage.

For more information, please contact Toyo Tire U.S.A. Corp.’s Consumer Relations Department at
(800) 442-8696.
Toyo Tire U.S.A. Corp.
PO Box 6052
Cypress, CA 90630-5249
www.toyotires.com
TSD-09-001 05/09

Item # 0180253
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