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Money is tight these days, so if you're in need of tires for your car, van, or motorcycle, consider buying used ones. You can get a good bargain on parts for your car by doing a little research. It's helpful to be familiar with some auto terms. Check your local business directory to find dealers in your area. You can also conduct an online search for warehouses in your town that might offer bulk discounts at wholesale prices. Make sure you know the make and manufacture of your automobile.

  • Retread - The process of recycling used rubber from old tires to extend its service life. Many commercial trucking companies purchase these tires to save money. It's not only cheaper, it's good for the environment as well.
  • Radial - These types of wheel coverings are typically constructed with Kevlar. This material, when woven together with fabric, is designed to give greater traction on concrete and other paved surfaces.
  • Custom Rims - This type of outer wheel covering has gained popularity in recent years. Some people spend a lot of money to deck out their vehicles with fancy rims. Consult your local parts dealer to find a company that can make and distribute these specialty parts.
  • All Terrain - A type of tread pattern that is designed to handle well on the highway as well as on dirt lanes.
  • Tread - The surface pattern, where the rubber meets the road. The better the tread the better the traction. Once the tread has worn away, it's time for a replacement.
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    Suretread
    18797 Hwy. 99e, Hubbard, OR 97032
    Offering quality low mileage used tires at affordable prices! New tires also available at reasonable costs. A new small business offering genuine interest in our customers' satisfaction.
    (503) 724-7001
    Terri's Tire and Service
    305 S Bridge St, Sheridan, OR 97378
    (503) 843-1133
    Garcia's Tires & Lube
    24395 S Highway 99e, Canby, OR 97013
    (503) 266-8001
    G&J Wheels & Tires
    587 Sw Baseline St Ste A, Hillsboro, OR 97123
    (503) 844-3852
    S & S Used Tires
    2704 Se 39th Loop Ste 107, Hillsboro, OR 97123
    (503) 430-8253
    The Tire Shop
    9400 Ne Halsey St, Portland, OR 97220
    (503) 595-8343
    Goodyear Tires
    1825 Ne Argyle St, Portland, OR 97211
    (503) 285-5211
    Gresham Premier New & Used
    2360 Nw Burnside Rd, Gresham, OR 97030
    (503) 667-9895
    Tillamook Tire Serv Inc
    2108 11th St, Tillamook, OR 97141
    (503) 842-4852


    Used tires are often seen as a cheap option. However, they are an option that has to be seriously considered. Their condition needs to be assessed by the buyer. Used tire dealers both buy and sell used rubber. They may specialize in cars or motorcycles, for example. Most used tires have been retreaded to make them safer. Dealers tend to keep their inventory in yards or warehouses. Often they also trade in rims and wheels, including custom. Some may sell antique tires for restoration purposes. Other specialist areas include commercial truck and van and off road tires. Some dealers may purchase in bulk from garages or scrap yards. Tires that cannot be restored to a safe condition have often ended up in landfills. Now it is possible to recycle or reuse these tires. They can be re-purposed either whole as planters or barriers or broken down into rubber chips. Tires may be sold alone or attached to a wheel or rim. Obviously, they may also be sold with the vehicle. The majority of modern tires are radial, but cross ply treads sometimes show up. The two kinds should not be mixed. Some dealers distribute tires on a wholesale basis to other businesses. A wholesale company sells to auto dealers, garages and may also sell scrap tires for reuse or recycling. Tire manufacturers may also take back used tires, retread them and sell them. Used tires are often far cheaper than new ones, but buyers need to be careful. Older tires may not be safe and can only be retreaded a couple of times before becoming permanently unusable.
     
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