Will New Rims Void My Warranty?

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  1. iBlackburn

    iBlackburn New Member

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    i just got my mustang and obviously i dont wanna do anything to void my warranty, i have a warranty on my tires, Example, if i get a nail thru my tire and it damages my rim in the process, they will cover the damaged rim, if i put different rims on it im guessing they wouldnt cover the damaged rim if it isnt the stock ones? anyone have any info or idea about this? thanks
     
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    Warranty does not necessarily equate to hazard coverage. Warranty typically comes with the tire, so that, the manufacturer guarantees that the tire will last a certain mileage provided no hazard or abuse is evident. You often can purchase hazard protection for your tires in case you encounter nails or screws, pot holes and the like. But as far as I know, the hazard coverage doesn't cover the wheel; it only covers the tire.
     
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    okay thank you for clearing that up!
     
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