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Semi Truck Tires

Need some semi truck tires?  If you’re looking for semi truck tires but have no idea where to start, you’re pretty much looking at only a select group of brand names.  Brand names such as Toyo Tires, Cooper Tires, General Tire, Kumho Tires, Nankang and Prime Well are some of the best brand names to consider.

When looking for semi truck tires, you need to have a clear idea of what exactly your preferences are.  Do you want the tires to perform well on dry surfaces, wet surfaces or snowy surfaces?  How about off-road use?  Do you care if the tires provide a quiet ride or not?  This all depends on what you plan on using your vehicle for, if you’re planning on doing a lot of “off-roading”, you’re likely going to want a large set of tires for additional traction and tires which can stand up to quite a bit of abuse.

Another consideration you’re going to have to make is how much you’re willing to pay for the tires.  If you want to get your tires as cheap as possible, its important that you get tires that are just suited for what you need them for and nothing else, this will ensure that the price of the tires isn’t inflated due to features and qualities you have no interest in.

Another thing to consider is the brand of the tire, some more established brands for semi truck tires are going to have fewer cheaper options but likely will have better built tires which will serve you better.  Of course this is a massive generalization, your best bet is to look at each individual tire.

Now if you’re looking for semi truck tires that are super cheap, you may even consider looking through Craigslist online for people in your area who may be selling them.  This is the best way to get a deal, although you will likely be getting tires which have had a slight amount of use before.

This isn’t always the case though, as sometimes on places like EBay Motors, you can get brand new tires that are being sold cheap for whatever reason.  The thing about EBay though is you need to ensure you outbid the other bidders, that is of course unless the item has a “buy it now” button, in which case you can bypass all the biding, usually in exchange for a slightly higher price.

Do make sure that you do your research on the semi truck tires before you go out and buy them though as the last thing you want is a pair of tires that don’t live up to your standards or even worse, tires that don’t fit well with the vehicle you’re putting them on.