OK, here is a follow up as to where things stand. The tire manufacture does warrant the tire for 1 year for replacement of the tire. They also offer 1 year of roadside service for tire service IE: they will come out and change your tire with your spare tire. It does not cover mounting or balancing of a new tire, nor does it cover any cost of damage due to a faulty tire.
The driver did not keep the old blown tire so replacement under warranty is not an issue as the driver did pay for a new tire to be mounted on the factory rim via a roadside service call all at his expense. So bottom line I got a new replacement tire at no cost to me.
The blow out did cause some plastic fender damage. New fender skirt ordered and on the way already. I will install that myself as it is a simple screw in place installation I have preformed in the past on our Travel Supreme.
As for the hydraulic leak, after crawling under the slide out and looking things over the leak is not from the This floor plan was in production from what I can find out from mid 2012 to early 2013 which means this trailer has been sitting a long time. Upon inspection of the slide out hydraulic ram I noticed that the ram has a build up of a rough substance that looks to be of a rust or calcium deposit. This seal is located on the back side of the frame rail and protected from where any tire damage could occur. This would be a warranty item via FR on the Lippart frame warranty.
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