Bf Goodrich Radial Ta Letters Turning Brown
Bf Goodrich Radial Ta Letters Turning Brown – What happens that i had the tires for about 3 months now there are brown writings, what to do with that problem? Thank you
This has been a known problem with GGG for some time. You’ll be here in dozens of ways to try and keep them white as well as the guys paint them and just turn the black side of the wall … I haven’t heard anything official from Coker (they do a lot) but you might try to contact them.
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Put some paint thinner on a rag. Simply wipe the letters with a damp rag. Zero effort. If you use tire gloss or armor, it quickly turns them brown / yellow.
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I just bought a set of radial CTs and I can’t get them white. I have read that there have been problems. Are there any other tire options with white lettering? I need 205 / 70-14. I’ll contact them and see what can be done but I don’t want another set. and
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X-77 Keith said: Put some paint thinner on a rag. Simply wipe the letters with a damp rag. Zero effort. If you use tire gloss or armor, it quickly turns them brown / yellow. Click to expand … I have also heard of this operation on Harley white wall tires. I have GGG and they are yellowed. I guess I’ll have to try this.
Read these negative reviews. It’s been a problem for years. I am running Cooper Cobra G / T and have no complaints about letters turning brown.
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He already has the tires. The thinnest thing takes about a minute per tire. If I don’t use tire products, mine stay white for months. It’s not a big deal to make them look new again.
I have been using solid white letter BFG tires for decades, never had this problem. I use Westly’s Bleche White with a stiff bristle brush to clean them, making them a bright white. I never use tire dressing.
Luwi67 said: I have been using solid white letter BFG tires for decades, I have never had this problem. I use Westly’s Bleche White with a stiff bristle brush to clean them, making them a bright white. I never use tire dressing. Click to expand … The tires everyone is talking about are newly produced from recent years and once cleaned it takes very little time for them to yellow again (actually brown). Size is very likely to make a difference as BFG withdraws some bounties and Coker is allowed to produce the withdrawn bounties.
Not like it was new. I had the same problems in 1980. Westleys Bleeche White was the best, but I understand it was sold or acquired and it’s not the same.
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Black Magic now has the Bleeche White. It still works the same way, it’s still blue and it smells the same too. I’ve been using it since the mid-eighties, I’ve always had solid white tires since I started driving in ’84.
Funny, before I could drive, the white letter tires had such a charm on me. The first thing I got for my first car was the white tires. 36 years later I still love my SWL.
I just read an article on tire care from Wade Kawasaki, he is the president of Coker Tire. He states that the use of standard tire dressings can quickly turn white walls or white letters to yellow or brown when used frequently.
In the past – 1960s – 1970s – we used paint sticks, simply rubbing relatively solid white paint (like crayons) over the raised letters.
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Boy, I remember them. I think I still have a white one stored in a container in the basement. I feel like tire dressings add to this problem. So I don’t use them. Most of them collect dirt and dust and, in my opinion, brake dust.
I had the same problem with my brand new CTs. I just went ahead and painted them with some oil based paint pens from Amazon. They came out great after 7 months still look like I painted them yesterday.
Trong said: what happens i had the tires for about 3 months now there are brown lettering, what to do with that problem? thanks Click to expand … Hello
I am having the same problems on my car, I contacted BF Goodrich and they told me that the problem is that the oil seeps into the white letters due to the fact that I do not drive it much and the tires need to be driven and heated so as not to make him have that problem.
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I told them I have a set from the same period sitting in my garage that is crystalline white, so why aren’t they turning brown?
He offered me a $ 70 credit for 2 tires, I need all 4 replaced at a cost of @ $ 160 per tire.
Luwi67 said: I just read an article on tire care from Wade Kawasaki, he is the president of Coker Tire. He states that the use of standard tire dressings can quickly turn white walls or white letters to yellow or brown when used frequently. Click to expand … Hello
I use the same tire dressing on my dailey truck with Good Year tires and had no problems. I need to buy a new set of tires for my 70 Cuda. I currently have BF Goodrich Radial T / A on the car. I recently read here about the New BF Goodrich Radial having some issues with white lettering turning brown, so I’m considering a set of Cooper Cobra Radial GTs.
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From an aesthetic point of view, both tires look the same. From a price standpoint, Coopers cost around $ 50 per tire cheaper, so it’s attractive and I haven’t heard of any issues with Coopers having issues with white lettering turning brown.
Anyone have experience with these tires? If so, can you share them, for better or for worse?
Although not lately, but I used and shipped many Cobras to Oz and have always had a lot of luck with them. They were better in the wet than many customers’ T / As would say. (It never rains here, so I didn’t notice
I haven’t personally used 15-inch stuff in a while, so I can’t comment on them lately. I ship a lot of T / A’s now to a customer but it’s a tire shop over there and they sell them as it’s a name everyone knows and it’s also a common “look”.
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It’s been a while for me too, but I always managed them. I had a lot of luck with them, no problems whatsoever!
The funny thing about science is that if you change a tiny parameter you change the whole result the way you want.
After 3 sets of brown Radial TAs on my 71 Vette, I gave up the fight and reversed the tires with a brown embossed letter towards the inside of the car.
This is after happily using TA for around 46 years on a variety of cars,,,, until now Michelin bought BF Goodrich and ruined the white to brown lettering on this classic and iconic tire.
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Take a look at the black wall of a TA or for that matter on any Michelin tire,,,, even the black walls have a decidedly brown cast. I correct it with a heavy application of 303 Protectant,,, however it does nothing about the lettering flaw.
I started using Cooper tires instead of the Bf Goodrich T / A. I’ve had a lot of luck with both of them, but as you said, for the money, Coopers are the tires to take. I have them on my 70 RR, 71 Cuda and my 72 Barracuda. I have Mastercraft (made by Cooper) on my Formula S. Those performed well too.
I just bought a Cooper GT set last June for my 64 wagon. Saved a lot of money on T / As. I am happy with them so far, but I have handed over the white letters.
I recently bought a Magnum that had them fitted, I had no problems and they seem to follow well and not noisy
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I thought I heard that Coker Tire (not Michelin) was now producing some of the popular BFGoodrich Radial T / As the size of a musclecar?
I have a pair of 275/60/15 here from ’08, dirty but not “brown” DOT APR7 NX71 3108 – “AP” = Uniroyal Goodrich in Ardmore, OK
It seems from what I have observed is that the CTs with browning problems are larger in size, 275/60 and 255 … I have no knowledge about 295s.
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I saw 235/60 brand new and the writing is Snow White. I suspect but I’m not sure if the 245/60 is ok.
I have a friend who was at the recent Goodguys West Coast Nationals who had just installed 275 on his back on his 70 Charger, they were brown in 10 days. He had 235 in front and