Now the front Stones are seemingly having trouble. I hope it is superficial. Let us know, I think I'd contact Bridgestone rather than rely on a dealer. That is unless they are a very good one that will stand up for you.
Best of Luck
I just noticed it. Called Bridgestone but already closed. Didn't see where I could attach a picture to their contact site maybe they can direct me to the wright site. Will talk to the dealer and see how he handles it.
From only what I see in the picture it looks like something was in the road and the tire impacted it. I would look inside the tire and see if there is belt damage but still only from the picture it appears to have run over something
Railman can tell us if his inpsections had also noted low pressure. If so, even a properly vulcanized tire will come aprat if it gets too hot and low pressure = heat. If pressue was always OK, then I would say defective tire is next most logical choice.
is,,, some 'air pockets' when the tire was molded,,being vulcanized. really wouldn't hurt a thing,,,but it's pretty good of the dealer to replace it... more than likely as the tire got some more miles on it,,these 'casing air pockets' would have shown up a few other spots as well.