Mastercraft Tires Warranty
This warranty applies to the original purchaser of a replacement Mastercraft passenger or light truck tire and is not transferable. Eligible tires must be purchased new and used on the vehicle which they were originally installed. Proof of purchase is required for all warranty claims. Additionally, they must be the size, load index, and speed rating equivalent or greater than that specified by the vehicle manufacturer. This warranty applies to the 48 contiguous continental United States and District of Columbia. For warranty exclusions see "WHAT ISN'T COVERED". If The Customer's replacement Mastercraft branded radial tire becomes unserviceable as a result of an eligible adjustable condition during the first 2/32" (1.6mm) of tread wear, it will be replaced with an equivalent new Mastercraft tire, FREE OF CHARGE, including mounting and balancing.
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Mastercraft Tires Terms of Service
The User of Website agree to contract electronically with Cooper. The User of Website further agree that The Customer shall not challenge the validity, enforceability, or admissibility of the Terms of Service on the grounds that it was electronically transmitted or authorized. In addition, The User acknowledge that The Client have had the opportunity to print this agreement. The Company may discontinue, add to, modify, upgrade, or replace all aspects of the Web Site in Mastercraft Tires's' sole discretion and without notice. In particular, Website reserve the right in Mastercraft Tires's' sole discretion to modify, supplement, delete, discontinue, or remove any software, file, publications, information, communication, or other content appearing on or transmitted through the Web Site. Cooper has no obligation to monitor the services offered in this Web Site or any use thereof or to retain the content of any user session.
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Cooper does not collect any personally identifiable information from The Client (e.g., name, address, telephone number, e-mail address) unless The User of Website voluntarily choose to disclose such information. One of the basic principles of Cooper is that Website ask only for the information The Company need to provide the service The Client have requested. Mastercraft Tires may specifically ask for information about The User when The Client of Mastercraft Tires submit The Client's resume for employment, sign up for an e-mail reminder, contact The Company with a question, or participate in a sweepstakes. mastercrafttires.com will need certain information such as name, address, e-mail address, or employment history in order to provide The Customer with the appropriate service. Website may also use this information to let The Customer know of additional products and services about which The User of Website may be interested or provide The Client of Mastercraft Tires with an opportunity to be listed in a directory of one of Company's services.
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Mastercraft Tires FAQ
Experts say that The Customer must check The Customer's tire pressure at least once a month and before going on a long trip. Also, make it a habit to check The Customer's tires every time The User of Website fill up The Client's gas tank. Ideally, tire pressure should be measured when tires are cold—that is, when The Client of Mastercraft Tires have driven less than a mile. Otherwise, The User's tires may have heated up, increasing the inflation pressure inside them by several pounds. This is normal. Never "bleed" or reduce the inflation pressure in a hot tire. There is no universal "right" pressure for all tires. The proper inflation level will depend on The Customer's vehicle and it may even be different for The Client's front and back tires. To find the correct pressure for The User's tires, look at the tire information placard that's mounted inside the frame of the driver's door, in the glove box or inside the fuel door.
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