New 20 ounce tumblers available now! Forum donation credit with purchase. https://www.wildguzzi.com/Products/products.htm#Tumbler
Like many folks here I to go through quite a few tires . If your buying tires online as many do , be sure to check the date code . Once I bought a pair that had one only 6 Mo. old the other was 3 Yrs.old !!
Good luck trying to get a date code from an on-line seller, speaking from experience most retailers are drop shipping and are unable to give that info. Years ago, I wouldn't want a new tire that was in excess of 6-9 mo old. These days I was happy to get my hands a new pair for the '87 Lemans that were 63 & 103 weeks old. I suppose more common sizes might be fresher but for the time being I guess I might be accepting stuff that is up to 2 years old!!??Art
I think it was Zac on Common Tread that did some testing on 5 year old tires compared to fresh ones. He found no difference between them. I recently got a new tire from an online supplier. It was two years old works just fine. I liked it and decided to get a matching one for the front. It was less than six months old. The interesting part about the older one was that I couldn't find one anywhere else. I think it may have been well stored somewhere as it was quite dusty but looked quite fresh when cleaned up.kk
Page created in 0.027 seconds with 23 queries.