2001 PORSCHE 911 TURBO User Comment / Complaint

2001 PORSCHE 911 TURBO User Comment / Complaint

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2011-08-11 09:21:37 Raleigh, NC

I just had a failure like that on my left rear Bridgestone. Apparently, the inner liner/shield came loose and sliced through the inner edge of the tire at the tread to sidewall corner. Not sure yet why this happened, could be hot weather caused a plastic connector to fail? or possible road debris dislodged it?

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2006-07-31 University Park, TX
I have a 2001 porsche 911 turbo. on it, i have ps2 tires from michelin. both of my rear tires have split on the inner sidewall, necessitating replacement. the tires obviously would hold no air when this happened. fortunately, i was not driving fast when either tire failed, but this is most definitely a safety issue. the tire sizes are 315/19/25 zr rated and cost almost $500 each. from my reading and posting on 6speedonline.com, i know that this is not a problem that has happened just to me.  view
2011-08-11 Raleigh, NC
I just had a failure like that on my left rear Bridgestone. Apparently, the inner liner/shield came loose and sliced through the inner edge of the tire at the tread to sidewall corner. Not sure yet why this happened, could be hot weather caused a plastic connector to fail? or possible road debris dislodged it?  view
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