Is 70% Thread On A Used Tire Good'?

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  • Is 70% Thread On A Used Tire Good'?


Answer #1 | 29/12 2013 00:51
Look at the tire wear indicator. If the tread is not worn beyond the wear indicator the tire is good. You also have to look at the date of manufacture. You do not really want to put tires on your car that is over 8 years from date of manufacture
Answer #2 | 29/12 2013 01:31
Yes depending on the price I 150 at most would be good deal if it's %50 or less don't buy them
Answer #3 | 29/12 2013 01:22
If you had to ask than you will most likely get a bad deal or they will not balance them for you or they will try to sell you rims with them as well because yours are rusted .They can brush the rust off but they will rather try to sell you some old rims if they happen to have some that fit your car and than clean yours and sell them to someone else .
Answer #4 | 29/12 2013 15:42
Its better than 60%. Less than 80%.
Answer #5 | 30/12 2013 01:43
It's quite enough for good traction and handling
Answer #6 | 01/01 2014 05:20
NHtoFL NHtoFL started this thread ... However, I really need to understand more about used tires. ... Mine are 265/17/70 so the cheapest new I can find are $ 225/ea +/_ ... $200 plus mount and balance, which will run you around $20 a tire, so $280 for good used installed versus $480 for new installed.
Answer #7 | 30/12 2013 07:25
It's better than 69%

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