Nick, I have the same problem here. My two neighbors and I purchased our 2008 Aspen's within 2 months apart. I have 42K one has 36K and the other 29,700 miles but all of our trucks are desperately in need of new tires already. My right front tire blew out on the highway going 70+ MPH luckily my children were not in the car at the time and i was safely able to bring my car to the side of the Thruway. Something is not right with either the truck or the tires and without a doubt i am trying to find out which..
I have the same problem, I have a 2009 model and less than 30,000. The tires already have flat spots & uneven wear. I've taken it back to the dealer numerous times with a bad vibration and all they kept doing was charging me to rotate the tires. I contacted Chrysler & was told to go back to Goodyear & see if they would honor some form of warranty. Then the dealer (which was been no help at all) told me that I have a bent rim and that is causing the tire wear and now my rotors are warped. I took it to another tire co and they told me the tires have probably been bad since I bought the vehicle and no way would rotating them help. My suggestion, go back to Goodyear, they might pro rate & help. This has been an ongoing problem for 1 1/2 years.
you are better off getting rid of the goodyears and going to another tire like michelin, uniroyal, bridgestone, or firestone. those tires are known for having problems.
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