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Best Used Tires in Phoenix AZ
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We have been in the New and Used Tire business for many years. Proudly serving the Valley of the Sun. One of the factors to consider when picking a used tire is look on the sidewalls for the date stamp on the tire. If you look at the sidewall you will see a code beginning with the letters “DOT” (for the Department of Transportation). One of these codes will be four digits longer than the others and those extra digits are the date stamp. It is in a week/year (WW/YY) format, so, 0705 would be the 7th week of 2005 and 5107 would be the 51st week of 2007. This tip will serve as a born on date and will help you determine the life of the used tire. Even if it has a decent amount of tread left. Being that we we live in Phoenix there is a chance that the tire might have dry rot. Its always best to never buy used tires that are no more than five years old. Used tires older than that may fail prematurely due to inevitable deterioration of the rubber, a process often called dry rot. Tires exposed to UV are especially prone to failure as the radiation energy from the sun breaks some of the chemical bonds in the tires, allowing the rubber to oxidize more quickly. There is a great a great way that we can go about checking to see if the used tire you are purchasing is any good. Test the rubber with your fingers feel by pinching about 4 inches of the sidewall. Looking for any cracks you must do you due diligence. Do this in several places around the most weathered side of each tire. If you are not sure which side is most weathered, take the time to check both sidewalls. If you do see cracks or dry rot,these used tires are prone to early failure and are inherently unsafe. You do your very best to examine the used tire.. Look on the inside of the used tires for such things as plugs and patches. You must reject any tires with these flaws. Though they are probably safe, better tires can be had, usually for the same price. Alternatively, you might reasonably ask if a discount might be offered based on the inferior tire quality or the defect you have identified. Don't expect too much, though. Remember, you are buying used tires. The tire shops are going to sell what ever they can. So its up to you to take these tips and apply them when ever considering buying a used tire.