We Sell Used Tires
Here at denverautosalvageparts.com we sell used tires and wheels. The locations is a family-run automotive business based in South Denver Colorado. We sell and can install all types and variety of tires including car tires, truck tires, trailer tires, ATV tires, tractor tires, and even motorcycle tires. Our used tire shop has become a very popular store in the Denver metro area. We always strive to give you quality used tires that can give you more than twice the length that you get when purchasing something at a similar price from a competitor.
When do you need tires?
Tires can be very expensive. But having decent tires on a car or trucks is absolutely necessary. On the low end, it affects your cars performance. But on the more important side, old and heavily worn out tires are just right out dangerous. When you are in need of new tires and you just don’t have the money, then a lot of times you are forced to go out to a tire shop and getting used tires for your vehicle.
Check your tire life:
- Professionals usually check with a tread depth gauge
- Alternate method: You can do a visual inspection of the tread wear indicators on the tire itself
- One very easy way to estimate tire wear is by using the penny test. All you have to do is grab your spare change and follow 3 easy steps.
Take a penny and hold Abe’s body between your thumb and forefinger.
Select a point on your tire where tread appears the lowest and place Lincoln’s head into one of the grooves.
If any part of Abe Lincoln’s head is covered by the tread, you’re driving with the legal and safe amount of tread. If your tread gets below that (approximately 2/32 of an inch), your car’s ability to grip the road in adverse conditions is greatly reduced.
Used Tires are Affordable
When you go to an authorized Goodyear, Michelin, Bridgestone, Dunlap or some other tire brand leader; you buy a new tire at MSRP and sometimes that is marked up. So you are paying up to 115%! With used Tyres you can usually get a tire as low as $4.25 thus saving up to 98.3% depending on the tire size and rating. Why?
- Someone else already took all the depreciation.
- Maybe it prior owner got new tires and tire dealer took them as a convenience for the customer
- People that get new tires and wheels may need new tires for the new wheel size and they opt to leave them at tire shop for free
- a variety of other reasons
So it is smart and easy to buy a used tire.