Dick Cepek upgrades Fun Country All-Terrain Tire Warranty

17 Mar 2017 0 James Mason

Drivers who choose to blaze trails riding on Dick Cepek’s Fun Country™ All-Terrain tires can now explore with greater confidence, as the company has upgraded its warranty to 45,000 miles on the tires, which have been billed as the world’s finest hybrid all-terrain tires.

The Fun Country™ Tread Wear Warranty provides the original purchaser with a pro-rated credit toward the purchase of a new Dick Cepek tire, should the tire wear down to the tread wear indicators before 45,000 miles/73,000 km. Standard limitations apply, including proper fitment to vehicle, documented rotations and submission of records to Dick Cepek.

“Our customers are purchasing more than just tires for their light trucks and SUVs,” said Ken Warner, Vice President of Marketing for Dick Cepek. “They are purchasing the confidence and assurance that Fun Country™ All-Terrain tires will perform reliably both off-road and on the highway, and this new warranty is our way of validating their trust and confidence in us.”

Dick Cepek’s Fun Country™, offered in 20 popular sizes, was developed using unique technology and engineering to deliver excellent off-road traction, a quieter ride and super durability. A unique tread pattern and design, circumferential grooves, stone ejector ribs, and a tough shoulder and sidewall design make this tire a stand-out in the all-terrain market.

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About Dick Cepek Tires & Wheels

Known as the company that developed the “original adventure tire,” the Dick Cepek brand has always taken great pride in providing quality tire and wheel products for truck, SUV and 4×4 owners. From its humble beginnings in 1958, to its high-tech tire manufacturing facilities around the country today, Dick Cepek’s legacy lives on in the quality products that bear his name. Connect via Facebook and Instagram and TwitterMedia contact: Don Sneddon, Advertising Manager, 800-222-9092 ext. 3750,



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