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However, this created a problem for some manufacturers as this is typically the top half of the mold and to change the plate every week would require a man to stand in the hot bottom half of the mold while he made the change.
Not only was this dangerous (Did I mention that it was hot?
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So the plant code to the right is "B6" = Michelin in Spartanburg, SC, USA - and the size code is "D0" = 175/65R13 - and the exact tire is identified by "A83X" The format is week/week/year/year or week/week/year. Starting in the year 2000, the date coding used was 4 digits. 19 are transition years, so you will find both 3 and 4 digits used in tires produced in that time frame.
To make the transition easier, NHTSA has reserved a series of 3 digits codes starting with the number "1" (One) followed by the previous 2 digit codes.
It is NOT required that everone use this coding system, but I expect everyone to do so.
), but it also created problems with dirt and foreign objects in the bottom half of the mold.
So they have petitioned NHTSA to change this requirement.
The coding is optional, but since many tire manufacturers use the code to track returns, I don't know of anyone who doesn't use this coding.
So if you look "5M" on the web site linked above you should get Bridgestone in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
The exact translation of the code is not prescribed by NHTSA.
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Also do not assume that everyone uses this coding system.