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Old 08-09-2007, 07:37 PM   #1
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pilot power 2ct recall letter

well I just received a letter in the mail today about the recall of the front pilot power 2
ct. I just found out that thats whats on my gsxr 1000. if any one wants to know the models that are on recall are as follows
michelin pilotpower 2ct 120/70/ zr 17 (58w) front made in france
michelin power power 120/70 zr 17 (58w) fron made in france
model #'s DOT 6UCW 980T
DOT 6UCW 979T
i Would sugesst every one who has this brand tires to check them.now they did say they will replace the tire at no cost to the costomer. Now I no there were a couple of threads about this subject but this is just a reminder since the reality of it that I had these tires without even knowing it.
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I have these Tires, Where do we go to get them Changed out?
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any michelin retailer Im taking mine back to cyclegear unless javi is authorized to do it.
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I've got a few extra Power and 2CT fronts to be able to do the recall with. Michelin is picking up the tab on the mount and balance.
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No. You have to bring them the wheel off the bike. Just take your bike to Patrick.
this would be less labor intensive for you, and M-U does get a little revenue also. Cycle Gear is not equipped to do any labor other than mounting and balancing!
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this would be less labor intensive for you, and M-U does get a little revenue also. Cycle Gear is not equipped to do any labor other than mounting and balancing!
makes sense to me! so I guess it doest matter where they were purchased then!
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