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Unread 04-10-2014, 03:48 PM   #11
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Default Re: Flat Spot, Bad Bead or Out of Round?

My cart had a set of 12" Vipers on it when I got it and they were smooth. I still have them sitting in my garage. I have the 12" Predators now after putting a 6" lift and like I said before... have had same issues. Makes me almost want to yank them and the lift off and go back to what I had. They sent new tires but it was pointless. Discount Tire did same for me but I think he took them to 60PSI to seat them well and then backed it off to 12.
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Unread 04-10-2014, 07:28 PM   #12
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My cart had a set of 12" Vipers on it when I got it and they were smooth. I still have them sitting in my garage. I have the 12" Predators now after putting a 6" lift and like I said before... have had same issues. Makes me almost want to yank them and the lift off and go back to what I had. They sent new tires but it was pointless. Discount Tire did same for me but I think he took them to 60PSI to seat them well and then backed it off to 12.
That's pretty brave (stupid) to air these things up to 60 PSI. A dozen or so years ago I had a customer's motorcycle tire come off a wheel (basically exploded) when trying to seat the bead with excessive air pressure. I still have the scars on my arms from tire shrapnel. I'm glad it didn't blow-up in my face or I'd be uglier than I already am.
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Unread 04-10-2014, 07:30 PM   #13
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Madjax is emailing me a return label for two of the tires and once they get them, they will ship two back to me. I'm assuming that they are going to trial mount the new tires, prior to shipping, so that this doesn't keep happening.
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Unread 04-10-2014, 10:53 PM   #14
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I just installed a set of 12's a few weeks ago on the predator wheel and they are fine.I have been told by mad jax they have their tire issue under control.I have had about 2 dozen 10 inch returned and replaced with no issues.I'm not aware of 12" tire issues as the last set I got were fine.I feel they work very hard to make things right which is more than I can say about another company I won't mention.Hope your next set works out for you.
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